Can't Get You Out of My Head
Why can't I get you out of my head?
The events just keep playing over and over again.
When I close my eyes all I see is you
And I wonder, when you close your eyes
Do you see me too?
Do you think about me 24/7 like I do?
From the time I wake up till I lay my head down at night
All I think about is you
I just can't block you out you're running through my mind
Leaving me a trail, to follow behind.
Just grab my hand and never let go
Together we'll jump into the unknown.
Look into my eyes and tell me this is real
Look into my eyes and tell me how you feel
Does your stomache get butterflies whenever I'm around?
Our hearts beat as one, what a wonderful sound
Do you get that smile on your face when you hear my name
Please tell me you feel the same
I think this is love but how can I be sure
But I know I want to be with you forevermore.
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