Alanis Morissette Lyrics
14. Your House
I went to your house Walked up the stairs I opened your door without ringing the bell I walked down the hall Into your room Where I could smell you And I shouldn't be here, without permission I shouldn't be here Would you forgive me love If I danced in your shower Would you forgive me love If I laid in your bed Would you forgive me love If I stay all afternoon I took off my clothes Put on your robe I went through your drawers And found your cologne Went down to the den Found your CD's And I played your Joni And I shouldn't stay long, you might be home soon I shouldn't stay long Would you forgive me love If I danced in your shower Would you forgive me love If I laid in your bed Would you forgive me love If I stay all afternoon I burned your incense I ran a bath I noticed a letter that sat on your desk It said "Hello love, I love you so love, meet me at midnight" And no, it wasn't my writing I'd better go soon It wasn't my writing So forgive me love If I cry in your shower So forgive me love For the salt in your bed So forgive me love If I cry all afternoon
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