80s Music (Opening Lyrics to My Personal Favorites: Part 1)

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Opening LyricsSongArtist
Can you understand me; baby, don't you hand me a line
Zwei, drei, vier; one, two, three, it's easy to see; but it's not that I don't care, so.
One day you feel quite stable; the next you're comin' off the wall
Deep in the city, people live in the streets; you got to be careful of everyone you meet
I'm not a woman, I'm not a man; I'm something that you'll never understand
Now, how... how can it be, that a love carved out of caring, fashioned by fate, could suffer so hard
Though I've tried before to tell her, of the feelings I have for her in my heart
In the dark I like to read his mind; but I'm frightened of the things I might find
If it seems a little time is needed; decisions to be made (hey, hey, hey, hey)
I guess I should've known, by the way you parked your car sideways that it wouldn't last
Love... I get so lost, sometimes; days pass... and this emptiness fills my heart
Two o'clock this morning; if she should come a calling; I couldn't dream of turning her away
Here I lay all alone; tossin', turnin'; longing for some of your (song title)
You know you ought to slow down;you been working too hard, and that's a fact
Hast du etwas Zeit für mich; Dann singe ich ein Lied für dich
Opening LyricsSongArtist
Jenny, Jenny, who can I turn to?
Kissing you was not what I had planned; and now I'm not so sure just where I stand
Please, please, tell me now (4x); I made a break, I run out yesterday, tried to find my mountain hideaway
When your world is full of strange arrangements, and gravity won't pull you through
I was working part-time in a five and dime, my boss was Mr. McGee
The deception with tact, just what are you trying to say?
I can't get to sleep, I think about the implications; Of diving in too deep, and possibly the complications
I know a guy who's tough but sweet; he's so fine, he can't be beat
You were working as a waitress in a cocktail bar, when I met you
Dark in the city, night is a wire; steam in the subway, earth is afire (do do do do do do do dodo dododo dodo)
We're talking away; I don't know what I'm to say, I'll say it anyway
My love, tell me what it's all about; you've got something that I can't live without
A Salvation Army band played, and the children drunk lemonade, and the morning lasted all day, all day
Josie's on his vacation far away, come around and talk it over
Captured effortlessly, that's the way it was; happened so naturally, didn't know it was love

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