(In the middle)
Can't get above or below
(In the middle)
Everything that's left ain't right
(In the middle)
Hafta get up to get down
(In the middle)
Can't spend another minute outside
(In the middle)

360 degrees
(In the middle)
C-cooking with our hardest teeth
(In the middle)
The heart of the matter lies right
(In the middle)
And everything that matters resides
(In the middle)

I ain't ever gonna get the call
(In the middle)
I remember everything I forgot, it's
(In the middle)
I guess I'm gonna hafta decide
(In the middle)
And nothing happens when you just stand right
(In the middle)

Balancing two extremes
(In the middle)
Swingin' in the in between
(In the middle)
Going where there isn't a guide
(In the middle)
Knowing where the love is hiding
(In the middle)

And I can't get enough of your love
And I can't get enough of your love
And I can't get enough of your love

(In the middle)

(In the middle)
Can't get above or below
(In the middle)
Everything that's left ain't right
(In the middle)
You hafta get up to get down
(In the middle)
Can't spend another minute outside
(In the middle)

360 degrees
(In the middle)
C-cooking with our hardest teeth
(In the middle)
The heart of the matter lies right
(In the middle)
And everything that matters resides
(In the middle)

And I can't get enough of your love
And I can't get enough of your love
And I can't get enough of your love

And I can't get enough of your love
And I can't get enough of your love
And I can't get enough of your love

Building up ahead of steam
Current in a running stream
Center of a laser beam
Compliments to the kind and queen
Perfectly operated machine
(?)
Middle if you know what I mean
Only momentarily seen
Everything and everything

(In the middle)

Can't get above or below
(In the middle)
Everything that's left ain't right
(In the middle)
Hafta get up to get down
(In the middle)
Can't spend another minute outside


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