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On the outside, looking in

 

Day after day I'm feeling kind of lonely

Day after day it's him and him only

Something in his eyes

Made my hopes start to rise

 

But he's part of a world that doesn't include

me.

Nothing he says could ever delude me.

I'll never win.

This is how it's always been.

I'm on the outside ... looking in

 

Night after night I'm saying a prayer

Night after night ... that somebody will

care !

Somebody to hear me.

Someone to stay near me ...

 

But nothing's going to change. Dreams can't

deceive me.

I'm all alone. You've got to believe me.

I just can't win.

This is how it's always been ...

I'm on the outside -- on the outside ...

Lookin' in.

 
delude  

to make someone believe something that is not true; to deceive:

     
 
 

     

To Mum

Unforgiven

A woman's handbag

Acid Rain

Runaway

On the outside, looking in

Rain

Saying so much by saying so little

Inspiration

Wish

 

Love and Roses

Edge of the night

Our song

Think about it

Be my Valentine

Dedicated to F

Down flight

If

 

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