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​Tangled

This song is by Jane Wiedlin and appears on the movie soundtrack Pretty Woman (1990) and on the album Tangled (1990).

I remember our bodies lying
Tangled in the sheets
I remember when love used
To be so sweet
Now the only thing that's mixed up
Is the way I feel inside
We're pushing, pulling
We're twisting, shouting
(Shouting)
I never thought I'd feel
This doubting, doubting

Oh, baby, I'm so tangled
Twisted up like a lover
Was never, ever meant to be
Oh, baby, I'm so tangled
These riptides of emotion
Are drowning me
Tangled

What was simple
Is now complicated
And all the plans we made
Just seem outdated
Whoa-whoa, now hearts are breaking
And hopes are dying
(Dying)
Why do we always end up
Crying, crying

Oh, baby I'm so tangled
Twisted up like a lover
Was never, ever meant to be
Oh, baby I'm so tangled
(Woh-oh-woh)
These riptides of emotion
Are drowning me

I know that it's confusing you
Still I can't stand the thought
Of using you

We're pushing, pulling
We're twisting, shouting
(Shouting)
I never thought I'd feel
This doubting, doubting

Oh, baby I'm so tangled
Twisted up like a lover
Was never, ever meant to be
Oh, baby I'm so tangled
(Woh-oh-woh)
These riptides of emotion
Are drowning me
(Drowning)

Oh, baby I'm so tangled
Twisted up like a lover
Was never, ever meant to be

Oh, baby I'm so tangled
Twisted up like a lover
Was never, ever meant to be

Oh, baby I'm so tangled
Twisted up like a lover
Was never, ever meant to be