We were unusually patient apart, made it my business - you were so impressed with body motions they were so in love - I spoke and listened to your crimes and follies, come on.
Everybody come on. [I'll be in New York on the following night, leave out a key unless you'll be home early.] Tucked her in she said she’d be alright – she kissed my head and said I'll see you one day go on. Pack your things and go on.

And all I could say, is it was just enough to keep me away. I was unsure, we called and talked liked we'd never before. Tried to explain, you shot it back, you talk a pretty good game - and at the end of the night, we're crawling up the stairs together with a secret inside.

Crashed around the room she's egging me on, smile politely but I'm too ambitious. We spent the morning kissing on the floor - we entered casually but left a wreck well come on. Everybody come on.

And all I could say, is it was just enough to keep me away. Well I was unsure, we called and talked liked we'd never before. You tried to explain, you shot it back, you talk a pretty good game - and at the end of the night, we're crawling up the stairs together with a secret inside.

Quiet morning - steady breathing - wake up early. I don't like it - but we're set on - we already know.



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