She came from a happy home
A very happy home
A very happy home

Miss personality,
A grade 'A' student naturally
She had it all worked out

But things aren't what they seem
Is this real or just a dream
And things will never ever be the same again

She came from a happy home
A very happy home
A home of happiness

Miss personality, a grade 'A' student naturally
She had it all in place
But things aren't what they seem
Is this real or just a dream
Things will never ever be the same again

The dangers, its the dangers of love
The dangers, its the dangers of love

She came from a happy home
A very happy home
A very happy scene

She caught him with another
It turns out it was her mother
What a tragedy
Can things be what they seem
Is this just some crazy dream
Things may never ever be the same again

The dangers, its the dangers of love
The dangers, its the dangers of love

Keep telling li-ie-ies, but you did
You know you did
Its coming, its coming, its coming

The dangers, its the dangers of love
The dangers, its the dangers of love

What went wrong she couldn't tell
But we know it all too well

The dangers, its the dangers of love
The dangers, its the dangers of love


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"Daytime Dilemma (Dangers of Love)" as written by Joey Ramone Daniel Rey

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    General Commentthe lyrics are very clear; the dangers of love meaning that a girl who was everyrhing considered socially correct ("miss personality a grade A student naturally") actually got involved with someone who was morally incorrect
    marxon April 01, 2006   Link

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