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Album: Bankrupt (2013)
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    Why you keep pretending that you wanna let go?
    Do do you wanna let go?
    Loud volume turn to low low low low low low

    What you want and what you do to me
    I'll take the trouble that you have in mind

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    Show them what you do with me
    When everyone here knows better
    What I once refused to be
    Is everything they long together
    I'd rather be alone

    I love, I love, I love, I notice
    I heard it all before I died
    Before I knew you
    Once upon a time would take too long, long, long, long, long, long

    What you want and what you do to me
    I'll take the trouble that you have in my mind

    Entertainment
    Show them what you do with me
    When everyone here knows better
    What I once refused to be
    Is everything they long together

    I'd rather be alone Writer/s: Christian Mazzalai, Frederic Jean Joseph Moulin, Laurent Mazzalai, Thomas Pablo Croquet
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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