"22 steps" as written by and Andy John Stochansky Ian Lefeuvre....
If I were him,
I'd know your birthday.
Just what to get,
The colors you wear.

We'd buy old bikes,
We'd ride on Sundays.
You'd review the books I sent.
And I know,

It takes 22 steps,
From the walk to your door,
It takes 22 steps,
Because I've tried it before.
And one day I'll knock,
But just not yet.

If I were him,
I'd buy the raincoat,
The orange one,
That he forbade.
We'd wait for rain,
We'd walk by his house.
In the front,
Not by the lane.
And I know,


And I'm not so sure,
That you would not say,
Get out, don't step in,
I'll never try again. [Repeat: x 2]


If I were him,
I'd know your birthday wish.

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"22 Steps" as written by Ian Lefeuvre Andy Stochansky

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