Now if my eyes don't show you,
Cause they're fueled with fire,
And my pride, it builds a barrier,
As the flames are growing high,
And the future is a fugitive,
To my everyday desires,
And all I want is everything,
And more,
La di da di da di da di da da,
I'm so la di da.

I close my eyes,
I shut my mouth,
I close my eyes,
I shut my mouth,
La di da di da da da,
La di da di da da da da.

Now if your charms don't hold me.

Your presence, it won't posses me,
You try so hard to tame me,
Control the one's we love,
Don't compare me to the others,
Your oh so perfect lovers,
They're so civilized civilized civilized,
They are morons,
La di da di da di da di da,
I'm so la di da.

I close my eyes,
I shut my mouth,
I close my eyes,
I shut my mouth,
I close my eyes,
I shut my mouth,
I close my eyes,
I shut my mouth,
La di da di da da da,
La di da di da da da da.

La da la da la da...

I am the boldest,
I am the boldest don't you know,
I am the boldest,
I am the boldest of them all,
I am the boldest don't you know,
Don't you know.

Now if my eyes don't show you,
Cause they're fueled with fire,
And my pride, it builds a barrier,
As the flames grow,
La di da di da di da di da da,
I'm so la di da.

I close my eyes,
I shut my mouth.


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