Set the Ray to Jerry

  • Born to please every simple need
    I stand alone in my thoughts indeed
    Hate you for ever making me
    I'm in you, I'm your anything
    I want you and I need you
    All you are is brand new
    And I need you
    Come to me, let me hold you still
    I'm so tired, just as tired as you
    Take me for anyone but me
    All that you feel is never true
    I want you and I need you
    All you are is brand new
    And I need you
    When you say that you are
    Forever, my star
    Could never every let you go
    And never let you know
    Let roar these fears
    To the whore of my tears
    Pure as a lie
    I pour to your eyes
    Suck you like the sap from a tree
    Honey from the dew
    From the bumble bees
    I want you and I need you
    All you are is brand new
    And I need you
    When you say that you are
    Forever, my star
    I'll never let go
    Never let you know

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