Sitting in my room
Dreaming about you
Every single day
In every single way

I always lose control
When I think about you
Every single day
In every single way

When you go out
I wave goodbye
My heart, it stops
I start to cry

When you come home
I wave hello
I feel my heartbeat coming back slow

I wish upon a star
I hope it won't be far
Someday someday

Our lips will be as one
Beneath the golden sun
Someday someday

A picture on the wall
And I can't live without you
Every single day
in every single way

Someday my wish-come-true
And I will be around you
Every single day
In every single way

When you go out
I wave goodbye
My heart, it stops
I start to cry

When you come home
I wave hello
I feel my heartbeat coming back slow

I wish upon a star
I hope it won't be far
Someday someday

Our lips will be as one
Beneath the golden sun
Someday someday

I wish upon a star
I hope it won't be far
Someday (someday) someday

Our lips will be as one
Beneath the golden sun
Someday (someday) someday

When you go out
I wave goodbye
My heart, it stops
I start to cry

When you come home
I wave hello
I feel my heartbeat coming back slow

I wish upon a star
I hope it won't be far
Someday (someday) someday

Our lips will be as one (oh yeah)
Beneath the golden sun
Someday (someday) someday

I wish upon a star (I wish upon a star)
I hope it won't be far
Someday (someday) someday

Our lips will be as one (oh yeah)
Beneath the golden sun (beneath the golden sun)
Someday (someday) someday

Someday


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