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She’s like the wind, Through my tree She rides the night Next to me She leads me through moonlight Only to burn me with the sun She’s taken my heart But she doesn’t know what she’s done Feel her breath in my face Her body close to me Can’t look in her eyes She’s out of my league Just a fool to believe I have anything she needs She’s like the wind I look in the mirror And all I see Is a young old man With only a dream Am I just fooling myself That she’ll stop the pain? Living without her I’d go insane! I feel her breath in my face Her body close to me Can’t look in her eyes She’s out of my league Just a fool to believe I have anything she needs She’s like the wind I feel your breath in my face Your body close to me Can’t look in your eyes You’re out of my league Just a fool to believe (Just a fool to believe) She’s like the wind (Just a fool to believe) Just a fool to believe (She’s like the wind) Just a fool to believe (Just a fool to believe) She’s like the wind (Just a fool to believe) Just a fool to believe She’s like the wind (Just a fool...she’s like the wind) (She’s like the wind) (Just a fool...she’s like the wind) (Just a fool...)

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