R U Kiddin' Me Karaoke Anouk

Karaoke R U Kiddin' Me Anouk

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Sure I got my piece of heaven angel in disguise gone wild
But I thought you were a man who knew right from wrong
That's why I really don't understand why he's with her
It's killing me what has she got what I don't have
Is it the way she looks at you laughs with you can she
Does she make you beg for more
This is hurting what has she got what I don't have
I tried to call him anytime anywhere but he's never there
So I went to his place and waited all day
So he would explain it to me this is what he said yeah
He said there is nothing left to say
I had my fill I went away
Your crying eyes won't change a thing it was just a fling well
How could an angel break my heart, nah nah nah
Nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah
He said we could still be friends, oh
Are you kidding me what has she got that I don't have
Is it the way she looks at you talks to you can she
Does she make you beg for more
This is hurting what has she got that I don't have I don't have
But twice every year when he's in tears
When he loses his mind and can't help but cry
He'll call me and then yeah ah ah ah ah
I am better than I am oh, I am better than I am
I am I am
I am nah nah nah nah
Am baby baby baby baby baby baby baby baby baby
What has she got that I don't have
What has she got that I don't have
What has she got that I don't have
Baby baby yeah, ooh yeah ah ah ah ah ah, wooh

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