"Both My Friends" as written by and Marty James Garton....
My autograph isn’t worth a paper bag
It’s not me you’re looking for
It’s something more

I wear a mask
Just to yell at my stupid ass
I'm not what you're looking for
I'm closing the door

Do you ever smile in pain?
Like when a needle breaks your vein
When everything is rushing to the shore

All I have is my radio
And both my friends are scared
All I have is these mirrors that just stare

I made you sing
Like you never thought you’d scream
Everything is in key now let me soar

Do you ever smile in pain?
Like when a razor breaks your vein
When everything is rushing to the floor

All I have is my radio
And both my friends are scared.
All I have are these mirrors that just stare

You said you loved everything
You said the blue skies would sing
You said I made you complete
But baby there's only half of me

All I have is my radio
And both my friends are scared
All I have is these mirrors that just stare

All I have is my radio
And both my friends are scared
All I have is these mirrors that just stare

Do you ever smile in pain?
Do you ever smile in pain?


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"Both My Friends" as written by Marty James Marty James Garton

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