I'm showing up at two
to tell you what I'm up to.
I told you ten times over.

It's time to have a drink.
Well I think it's time to stop and think.
I told you ten times over.

This times its the truth
I want to be with you...
I told you ten times over.

My eyes fill with tears...
even while your near.
My eyes will with tears...
even while your near.

You're showing up at two
To tell me what you're up to.
but I told you ten times over.

I think it's about time
to sit down and write some rhymes.
'Cause after all, this song's for you...

Yeah, my eyes are sealed.
Yeah....
You make me happy....
You make me happy....
Yeah....


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    this song is hella cute

    poodleactionon December 03, 2004   Link
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    <3

    LulusXeon December 24, 2004   Link

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