I'm not into your quirky pretension
You pretend to play the ukulele
Don't even mention if you're gonna call
Cause you won't call
The summer's past and now it's fall

An he knows the winter so roaring cold
maybe next time I hear from you
I will have played in Tokyo, in Tokyo

Cause I I I I have time on my side
And you think you need a key
You fade in line
but there is no space for love to find a place

And I I I'm only twenty now
And how how long will it take for you to realize what you lost
so you can pay the cost

Family is fine but I need a friend
Boys are fun but I prefer men
So if you don't fit into the later category
Why are you telling me your life story
I have run all around town
I let the one build me up to tear me down
So don't say you love me if you don't love
Cause lies are binding and faith is of timing

And I I I I have time on my side
And you think you need a key
You fade in line
but there is no space for love to find a place

And I I I'm only twenty now
And how how long will it take for you to realize what you lost
so you can pay the cost

I was blind but now I see
I am free to go
I was not the one to blame
Now I know

I'm just alone with some time and I could talk
And it will get me so much further than the back seat of your car
Your car
Cause talking out is very far

And I I I I have time on my side
And you think you need a key
You fade in line
but there is no space for love to find a place

And I I I'm only twenty now
And how how long will it take for you to realize what you lost
so you can pay the cost


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