"Secondhand Grave" as written by and Joe Firstman....
We were bearing down on you
A testament to all the hell I put you through
Now your wedding bells
And bowery maids

The roses in your wedding braids
Your cheap invitation
There was a woman all in white
Just a chord in a song

That I'd been meaning to finish
Stuffed beneath your presents
And written in your minutes
I can't forget it

Only when you glow I know
I'm lonely
I'm gonna break
I was your slave

I was your slave
When I see you lie awake
In your secondhand grave
I'll lie along the side of you

And die along the side of you
I'm just like the others
And I tend to bother you
It's me, it's me that you love

Don't you get it?
Just admit it
It's me, it's me that you love
Don't you get it?

Just admit it


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"Secondhand Grave" as written by Joe Firstman

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