he had the car to take her places,
he had the job to buy her things,
supported her needs just like daddy did,
she never got to use her wings.

in corporate white america,
living life in magazines,
where beauty queens make all the difference,
and life is never what it seems.

she gave up dreams of being famous,
so she could be a normal wife,
spent three days locked inside a closet,
white powder scattered on the floor.

in corporate white america,
living life in magazines,
where beauty queens make all the difference,
and life is never what it seems.

a tragic loss on sunday morning,
her body bruised and ached with pain,
she took his gun when he was sleeping,
the shot rang out at four A.M.

in corporate white america,
living life in magazines,
where beauty queens make all the difference,
and life is never what it seems.



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