Real Real Real

Album: Doubt (1990)
Charted: 19 4
  • I think I know what you mean
    And although it sounds obscene
    I will always do my best to understand
    You have so many words
    And your voice is always heard
    But who can say they really understand?
    Real, real, real
    Do you feel real?
    And if so I'd like to know
    How to feel real real
    Do you feel real?
    And if so I'd like to know
    Well you say you have a big love
    And it really sounds like fun
    If I knew what it was
    Then I'm sure I'd like to have one
    Give me a sign that you
    Feel some emotion
    Real, real, real
    Do you feel real?
    And if so I'd like to know
    How to feel real real
    Do you feel real?
    And if so I'd like to know
    Say what you like you know that no-one
    Really minds
    And if there's nothing to say, then
    Why don't we all go away?
    Do you real-
    Do you real-
    Do you really feel real? (??)
    Real, real, real
    Do you feel real?
    And if so I'd like to know
    How to feel real real
    Do you feel real?
    And if so I'd like to know
    But if there's nothing to say, then
    Why don't we all go away?
    Real, real, real
    Do you feel real?
    And if so I'd like to know
    How to feel real real
    Do you feel real?
    And if so I'd like to know
    Do you real-
    Do you real-
    Do you really feel real?
    From: "If you lived here, you'd be home now." Writer/s: MICHAEL JAMES EDWARDS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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