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The Fat Kid from the Goonies

The Lyrics

I will run
Into your open arms
Dreams go round and round
In my mind
Loving hearts
By myself tonight
Burning up your yard
My name's in fire

They say you and I will never start a family
Some day it will
Be you and me
And loving a crazy man
Ain't always what it's supposed to be
I'm forever an . . .

Simple life
Inside this spongy room
We all need someone
To make us smile
And one strange time
When I was an average Joe
Wonderin' who I am
I'm lost without you

And bein' alone
Ain't easy in this restraint chair
Some stranger tries to call your phone again
You get the joy of calling the cops on me
Oh, girl, you make me see
I'm forver an . . .

Whoaa, oh, oh, oh
Whoaa, oh oh oh oh
Whoa, oh oh oh, oh whoaaaaa-oh
I'm still yours

I'm forever your . . .
Ever your . . .

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