Album: Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie (2017)
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  • Did I say too much, darling?
    Did I give
    Give the game away?
    Was it that touch that set off the thunder?
    More than words could ever say

    'Cause you are the reason for my happiness
    And I am so blessed
    So blessed to find you
    You take, take away the emptiness
    And I will follow, follow behind you

    Did I want too much, baby?
    Did I cause you too much pain?
    You burn so bright just like a fire
    More than words could ever say

    'Cause you are the reason for my happiness
    And I am so blessed
    So blessed to find you
    You take, take away the emptiness
    And I will follow, follow behind you

    I guess I'll never know, dear
    'Cause I can't see this end
    My heart is where you go, dear
    No more games
    Game of pretend

    'Cause you are the reason for my happiness
    And I am so blessed
    So blessed to find you
    You take, take away the emptiness
    And I will follow, follow behind you
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