"Like Me Too" as written by Jonathan Paul Auer and Ken Stringfellow....
Treat me casual, watch me as you'll see
I'm not too sure
I understand the tactful planning
That I must endure
But you call me immature because

I'm too sensitive to your insensitivity
I had the audacity to ask you to talk to me
The stones I throw shatter your sea of tranquility
You're about as human as the statue of liberty

But maybe you'll like me too (x2)

Kiss me, oblige me as if that's all
I want from you
Then ignore me at the party
I invite you to
What did you think I'd dare you do

Maybe I'd lose my sacred knack for subtlety
Perhaps you'd reveal that you actually like me
Did you ever think that I'd just bow out quietly
All I wish is sometimes you would sit down next to me

And if you would like me too (x2)

Well maybe I can't force you to
Stand up and obey my will
I doubt you'll ever touch me or
Love me which is bettter still
I deified you once but
Now I'm standing on your hill
I see you eye to eye
And you're shrinking out of my sight
So before you have passed my line
Let's lower ourselves to each other

Thinly tie me to myself though you
Remain so free
I've tried in vain to demonstrate how you're
Tied as well to me
But you'll come around eventually


Practice makes perfect and you practice perfection
But it's just a stage and I hope that some day when you're done

That maybe you'll like me too
I hope that you'll like me too
And if you would like me too
I pray that you'll like me too



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"Like Me Too" as written by Ken Stringfellow Jonathan Paul Auer

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