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Claustrophobia is a song interpreted by Bee Gees, released on the album Sing And Play in 1965.

Claustrophobia lyrics

I'd like to be the one to see
your loving mind at the start,
but I get claustrophobia
'cause there's too many boys in your heart.
I'd like to know how far you'd go
to use those lips of wine,
but I get claustrophobia
'cause there's too many boys on your mind.

Oh, oh, oh, one, two, three and now there's me,
you practice to deceive,
you lead me on another one,
I've got no room to breathe.

So bye-bye you who can't be true,
I'm leaving you behind,
'cause I get claustrophobia
'cause there's too many boys on your mind.

I get claustrophobia
'cause there's too many boys on your mind.

Oh, oh, oh, one, two, three and now there's me,
you practice to deceive,
you lead me on another one,
I've got no room to breathe.

So bye-bye you who can't be true,
I'm leaving you behind
'cause I get claustrophobia
'cause there's too many boys on your mind,
too many boys on your mind,
too many boys on your mind.

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