I'm not the first to sleep beside you in this bed
Its poisoned with some other idiotic guys smell
And even though you tell me that your love for him is dead
I always keep preparing to go through all lovers hell

I gotta start believing that you really love me
I gotta start believing that you really want what's me
I gotta start believing that you really love me
I gotta start believing that you really want what's me

she told the news to me, a planted part of me
Not to fully grow to show a way of what could be
I asked het to be true;she said "I love you too"
Her eyes were sad and I recall somebody asked "do you"?


I gotta start believing that you really love me
I gotta start believing that you really want what's me
I gotta start believing that you really love me

if you say so, its gotta be so


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All Lovers Hell Lyrics as written by Kristofer Lars Astrom

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    it's my favorite Åström Song. Northern Sky is amazing. everybody who ever fall in love know this feeling. it's important to know about the past... but it's more important to know that the future has begin.

    Dasguptaon October 10, 2006   Link
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    does she love him? or doesn't she?? my guess is he's just being insecure, she loves him =D and he s the one who asks "do you" right? showing his fear... hmm, anyway, love the song =D

    mokyon July 14, 2007   Link

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