"Devil In Me" as written by and Martin/bartup Trimble....
Well I can't get the devil
Outside of me, outside of me
No I can't get the devil
Outside of me, outside of me

But I hate the world and everything I see
Everything I see, everything I see
And I'll never get the devil
Outside of me, outside of me

And I hate the world and everything I see
Everything I see, everything I see
I know the meaning of the word when it came to me
When it came to me, when it came to me

I don't live, I just breathe
I don't give and I don't receive
And I'll never get the devil
Outside of me, outside of me

I don't get all the good things
You said I'd see, you said I'd see
And I don't see the light
Surrounding me, surrounding me

But I see lovers walking free
And I see red each tyrant say
All the good things that'd come my way
And I don't know you and you don't know me

I know what I want, what I can be
And I'll never get the devil
Outside of me, outside of me
Outside of me, outside of me
Outside of me, outside of me
Outside of me, outside of me
Outside of me, outside of me


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"Devil in Me" as written by Martin Trimble Glen Bartup

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    General CommentPlease tell me where I've heard this song before. An advert perhaps? Or even to the soundtrack of a film? It's really bugging me! Great song nevertheless :]
    butterflykiss84on July 18, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWell, I solved my own mystery - saw the car advert the other day!
    butterflykiss84on August 06, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIs this not one of the best driving tunes ever?
    Yes, it is.
    xdvron April 13, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti thought it was:

    but I see lovers walking free
    and I see red each TIME YOU say
    all the good things that'd come my way
    JeffKaos71on August 03, 2010   Link

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