The Honeymoon is over
And you're still with me
I'm sitting here and I'm tired
I've found my disease

My back's against the wall now
This time I'll prove you wrong
And you had to stop
You had to stop and say
"It's not right, it's not right
I've been a liar all my life"

The love is something we find in danger
What a feeling when it's not right
You're a master of disguise now
You had to learn to tell your lies
I'm steady on my knees, I'm steady on my knees
Already on my knees

My back's against the wall now
This time I'll prove you wrong
And you had to stop and say
You had to stop and say
"It's not right
It's not right
It's not right, it's not right
It's not right, it's not right
IT's not right, it's not right
I've been a liar all my life"

A rambling rose with a musky smell walked into my life
And told me things that I cannot tell
I'm gonna sow the seeds of doubt in your mind now
I'm gonna change the way you wonder
The way you lie
But the beeps are coming baby and it's time to say goodbye
I'll phone you back again
I'll phone you back and lie
So you remember now how to get your story straight
I've fallen in your footsteps
I've been telling the same old lies for the same old sake

So you remember now what it takes to make a mother cry, you stupid boy
So you remember now what it takes a woman cry, you silly boy
So you remember now what it takes to make a mother cry, you stupid boy
So you remember now what it takes a woman cry, you silly boy




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