Meet me at the after show
I'll be waiting with the keys to my hotel
Last night, unforgettable
No one betters the way that you swallow me whole

Don't believe everything you read
Yes, I'm married but I've left my wife at home

A little white lie never hurt anyone
A little white lie never hurt anyone
A little white lie turns into another
Little white lie, shall I tell another?

Lately I've not said a word
In avoidance of any argument
Become a stranger in my own front room
I can't find her so tell me where has the old you gone?

Don't believe everything you hear
It's you I married! I could never wreck our home

A little white lie never hurt anyone
A little white lie never hurt anyone
A little white lie turns into another
Little white lie, shall I tell another?

Don't believe everything you read
Yes, I'm married but I've left my wife at home

A little white lie never hurt anyone
A little white lie never hurt anyone
A little white lie turns into another
Little white lie, shall I tell another?

I’ll be home soon, I’ll be home soon


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    General CommentThis song is about a man who is cheating on his wife. He convinces himself that he is just telling a 'white lie' and that it is not hurting anyone. He lies to the woman(or maybe man) he is having an affair with, and lies to his wife that he would "never wreck our home". As he tells one lie, he must tell another to cover that lie up, so on so forth. The line: "I'll be home soon" is what he says to his wife... the image in my head is that he has just slept with the person he's having an affair with and his wife calls him asking "where are you." and this line is his reply.
    Clever, catchy song. :)
    x_hotelpaperon June 21, 2006   Link

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