I know you like myself
I know it when you are feeling down
and I think you know the same
there is no doubt about our love
daily I am thinking of you
and I think you do the same

I know it when you are lonely
I know your way of life
and I think you know the same
I need you like the air
like the air we breath
I think you do the same

Chorus:
now the end is near
we met long ago
the voices you hear
come from my soul
it was to expect
but love is alive
it cannot be helped
our characters don´t match
our characters they don´t really match


I know it when you are hungry
I know your little faults
and I know your sense of humor
I love you since I saw you first
daily I love you again
and I think you do the same

I know it when you are feeling ill
I know it when you are feeling sad
and I think you do the same
I believe in love
in a love on trust
and I know you do the same

Chorus:
now the end is near
we met long ago
the voices you hear
come from my soul
it was to expect
but love is alive
it cannot be helped
our characters don´t match
our characters they don´t really match



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