Let's Get Lost

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  • Let’s get lost let’s get lost
    Let’s get lost let’s get lost

    Well I wear it like a charm
    A tattoo on my arm
    Your name in a horseshoe
    Talismans and such
    I rely on them to touch
    And get close to you
    Well I try just a little
    Try just a little
    Keeping my fingers crossed
    Oh I get high just a little
    High just a little
    Now I’ve found you
    Let’s get lost let’s get lost
    Let’s get lost let’s get lost

    Riding on a bus
    Thinking about us
    And what you’d be saying
    If you and me were real
    And you feel what I feel
    And not just playing

    Ooh I get high just a little
    Try just a little
    Keeping my fingers crossed
    Ooh I get high just a little
    High just a little
    Now I’ve found you
    Let’s get lost let’s get lost
    Let’s get lost let’s get lost

    It’s inexplicable irrefutable
    Now it’s begun
    Ooh it’s undeniable non-negotiable
    You’re the only one

    Let’s get lost let’s get lost
    Let’s get lost let’s get lost

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