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Andy Stochansky – 22 Steps lyrics
If I were him
I'd know your birthday
Just what to get
The colors you wear

We'd buy old bikes
We'd ride on Sundays
You'd review
The books I sent

And I know
It takes 22 steps
From the walk to your door
It takes 22 steps
Because I've tried it before
And one day I'll knock
But just not yet

If I were him
I'd buy the raincoat
The orange one
That he forbade

We'd wait for rain
We'd walk by his house
In the front
Not by the lane

And I know
It takes 22 steps
From the walk to your door
It takes 22 steps
Because I've tried it before
And one day I'll knock
But just not yet

And I'm not so sure
That you would not say
Get out, don't step in
I'll never try again
I'll never try again

It takes 22 steps
From the walk to your door
It takes 22 steps
Because I've tried it before
And one day I'll knock
But just not yet

If I were him
I'd know your birthday wish
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Songwriters: ANDY STOCHANSKY, IAN LEFEUVRE
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