"Paperback Boy" as written by and Lisa Maria Miskovsky....
15 minutes, three weeks and one day
I'm glad that I decided I would stay, still hear you say
Every night is our night, but this dream will change tomorrow
See I know, I mean

Wasn't it good, you bathed in wine?
Wasn't it fine, you captured my mind?
Clowns and horsemen did greet excitement and joy
But why did it end, my paperback boy?

Wash away your sorrow with this word
It don't occur that I still want you as a friend of mine
It wasn't the wine
Strange how everything, oh, quickly changed
You're acting funny and a bit deranged

Wasn't it good, you bathed in wine?
Wasn't it fine, you captured my mind?
Clowns and horsemen did greet excitement and joy
But why did it end, my paperback boy?




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"Paperback Boy" as written by Lisa Maria Miskovsky

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