Meet me in the back
Don't make me wait too long
I could change my mind
And tell you that it's wrong
So meet me in the back
Where the light don't shine
First show me yours
Maybe I'll show you mine

My hands are shaking
My heart is beating fast
Is love worth making
When it can never last

Meet me in the back
Don't make me wait too long
I could change my mind
And tell you that it's wrong
So meet me in the back
Where the light don't shine
First show me yours
Maybe I'll show you mine

I'm gonna give directions
I'm gonna take it slow
But if I don't get protection
I will just say no

Meet me in the back
Don't make me wait too long
I could change my mind
And tell you that it's wrong
So meet me in the back
Where the light don't shine
First show me yours
Maybe I'll show you mine

I can hear the music
Pounding through the walls
And to the beat of dancing
I will give you all

Meet me in the back
Don't make me wait too long
I could change my mind
And tell you that it's wrong
So meet me in the back
Where the light don't shine
First show me yours
Maybe I'll show you mine


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