"Baritone Street" as written by Patrik Caganis, Jan Krister Skoglund, Christian Jan Person, Henrik Carl Rylander and Torbjoern Lundberg....
Like to tell a thousand stories
But that would be a thousand lies
So I'll just try to make another statement
Before you break right through the ice
I guess that life has been too easy
Well, that isn't hard to tell
When all you care about is reputation
And you try to live up to somebody else

But don't you think that it's a pity
Well, you know I'm sorry too
That your face is no longer pretty
When truth comes down to someone like you
But don't you know the world's still waiting for you to make a move

Let's not talk about class
'Cause that is something to forget
Well, I'm not living in the past
But I tell you I'm not a cigarette
And so you think you've got it made
That's really hard for me to understand
Don't try to solve another problem
Just save it right until the end

But don't you think that it's a pity
Well, you know I'm sorry too
That your face is no longer pretty
When truth comes down to someone like you
Well, I'd really like to see what you can do

'Cause something inside
That was always denied
And you couldn't swallow your pride
And now you've got nowhere to hide

I'm not talking about my dreams
And I'm not talking about a different song
'Cause there were so many oppurtunities
And you're the one who's got it wrong
Well maybe I could be your mirror
And maybe I could be a fool
You know it doesn't really matter
'Cause I've got no one left to screw

But don't you think that it's a pity
Well, you know I'm sorry too
That faces ain't no longer pretty
When truth comes down to someone like you
When truth comes down to someone like you
Like you


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"Baritone Street" as written by Henrik Carl Rylander Christian Jan Person

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