Head Alone

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  • Give me a full-length mirror
    So I can see the whole picture
    My head alone gives nothing away
    Guess I could stand on a chair
    Put it back by the table before you get there
    My head alone doesn't know how to say

    I don't want to be touched all the time
    I raise my body up to be mine, ha

    He said, "Give me another drink"
    You know it's easy to talk when you don't have to think
    Well, my head alone won't do it that way
    Come on, give me the room tonight
    You know I've told you before that you hold me too tight
    And my head alone just wants to say

    I don't want to be touched all the time
    I raise my body up to be mine
    Yeah, I don't want to be touched all the time
    I raise my body up to be mine

    I had your back
    More than I had mine
    I want you to feel good
    All of the time

    So I'll say it 'til he understands
    You can love somebody without using your hands
    Yeah, I'll say it 'til he understands
    You can love somebody without using your hands Writer/s: Julia Margaret Jacklin
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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