Album: Cheap Trick (1977)
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  • I, I can hear you laughing
    You're a million miles away or you're here
    I, I will never leave you
    I'm a million miles away or I'm near
    I, I, the thoughts you're thinking
    But you're a lifetime away from your home or you're here
    I, I can see you crying
    You're a million miles away or you're here
    Look at me like I look at you
    Think of me like I think of you
    Speak to me like I speak to you
    Dream of me like I dream of you
    I, I can hear you thinking
    You're a million thoughts away
    I, I'm the dreams you're dreaming
    I'm a million dreams away or I'm here
    We can go down slowly like the rain
    I could leave and be with you again, oh
    I could be your lover, let's pretend Writer/s: RICK NIELSEN
    Publisher: O/B/O CAPASSO, Wixen Music Publishing
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