Please lock me away
And don't allow the day
Here inside, where I hide
With my loneliness

I don't care what they say
I won't stay in a world without love
Birds sing out of tune
And rain clouds hide the moon

I'm OK here I'll stay
With my loneliness
I don't care what they say
I won't stay in a world without love

So I wait and in a while
I will see my true love smile
She may come I know not when
When she does I know

So baby until then
Please lock me away
And don't allow the day
Here inside, where I hide

With my loneliness
I don't care what they say
I won't stay in a world without love
So I wait and in a while

I will see my true love smile
She may come I know not when
When she does I know
So baby until then

Please lock me away
And don't allow the day
Here inside, where I hide
With my loneliness

I don't care what they say
I won't stay in a world without love
I don't care what they say
I won't stay in a world without love

I don't care what they say
I won't stay in a world without love


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