You Don't Have a Clue

  • It's late in the night, dancing is done
    The music has died, you're ready to run

    But you don't have a clue
    This party hasn't ended yet not for me and you
    Now you're just pretending

    You're hiding from yourself
    Yes you are, yes you are
    Like golden rays of sun in the cloud

    We're meant to be one, I know we are
    If I am the sky then you are my star

    Hey, you don't have a clue
    This party never ended not for me and you
    I know you're just pretending

    You're hiding from yourself
    Yes you are, yes you are
    Like golden rays of sun in the cloud

    I will make you see
    Haven't you got, haven't you got it yet?
    Just lay down for a while next to me

    Didn't mean to make you panic
    I didn't mean to put you off
    Baby it's the way that you've got me

    I listen to my heart and it takes you high
    And you ask me how, can I show you how?
    I need your love right now, now, now

    Writer/s: Anneli Drecker, Svein Berge, Torbjorn Brundtland
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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