"No Strings Attached" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, Michael Anthony Sadler, James Dickson Crichton and James Gerad Gilmour....
Do you think it's time to cross our fingers?
Do you think it's time that we all call home?
Do you think it's time I dyed my hair black?
Don't you think it's time that you told me your name?
Do you think it's time, I learned how to whistle?
Don't you think it's time that you considered a job?
Do you think it's time you told me a little bit more about you?
Don't you think it's time that we let in the dog?
With no strings attached
No strings attached
Do you think in time he'll find his religion?
Don't you think it's time that I sharpen the blade?
Do you think it's time I tried to touch you?
Don't you think it's time that you told me your name?
With no strings attached
No strings attached


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"No Strings Attached" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton James Dickson Crichton

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