"Jacket" as written by and David Allan Vandervelde....
You have always got a way of being cruel
Honesty is just a misproportioned rule
You were always happy with a gaurantee
In your pretty house with a cup of tea

Didn't someone tell you it's raining
'Cause you forgot your jacket on the second floor
You might have got a mind like a fortune teller,
but you never know what love is for

Nature's method of a deed to you
You were always driving on the yellow line
I'm losing my patience, 'cause you're doing just fine

In this constant situation
Come out and give me some cooperation
Justice's never been your state-of-mind
Miscommunication's got you so hard to find

Didn't someone tell you it's raining
'Cause you forgot your jacket on the second floor
You might have got a mind like a fortune teller,
but you never know what love is for


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    General CommentCORRECTION:
    (First Stanza)
    ...In your pretty house with YOUR cup of tea...
    (Second Stanza)
    ...but you never know what LOVIN'S for...
    (Third Stanza-Missing First line)
    Fatal Fiction's a Maker's Cure
    (Fourth Stanza)
    ...miscommunication's NEVER so hard to find
    (Fifth Stanza)
    ...but you never know what LOVIN'S for..
    crazycray131313on March 20, 2009   Link

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