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Well I think I see another sideMaybe just another light that shinesAnd I look over now through the doorAnd I still belong to no one elseMaybe I hold you to blame for all the reasonsThat you left.And close my eyes, still I see your surpriseAnd you’re leaving before my time.Baby won’t you change your mind?
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Well I think I see another side
Maybe just another light that shines
And I look over now through the door
And I still belong to no one else
Maybe I hold you to blame for all the reasons
That you left.
And close my eyes, still I see your surprise
And you’re leaving before my time.
Baby won’t you change your mind?

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treehauslove:

Redmond Treehouse. One of the most astonishing treehouses ever built. The palace constructed around a broad-leafed maple tree looks like straight from a tale about Peter Pan. The amazing three-level treehouse was originally built two decades ago by Steve Rondel for his kids. Unfortunately  children grew up before Mr. Rondel could finish it, but the new hope right now is that one day there will be grandchildren who will give an excuse to finish this masterpiece. Located in Redmond, Washington, USA. 

p.s. Check out our Bored Panda article for a fun collection of treehouses and contribute!