Changing my perspective
As you sit and talk with me
Big brown eyes are deep inside
Your big philosophy
I like your crazy theories
And your hearsays and conjectures
Don’t make much sense but yet
I firmly hold on to your lectures

And I think I might like to listen to you all night

Paint a pretty picture, dear
With your wild imagination
Reds and blues, all kinds of hues
I love your mind’s creations
I study your proportions
Mona Lisa put to shame
I’d like to also mention that
Your figure fits inside a perfect frame

And I might like to look at you all night

You’re quite uncommon, but I like it
Yeah, I do
You’re quite uncommon, but I like it
That’s the truth

Sing a song so sweetly, dear
Just for singing’s sake
Golden sound all around
I love the waves you make
Raising up the rafters
For the common folk to hear
‘Bout dreams and everafters
That would even make St. Peter shed a tear

And I might like to sing to you all night

You’re quite uncommon, but I like it
Yeah, I do
You’re quite uncommon, but I like it
That’s the truth
You’re quite uncommon, but I like it
Yeah, I’m talking to you
You’re quite uncommon
I think I’m uncommon, too


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