"Buzzards of Love" as written by and Michael Pratt....
Wonder if you know, what you see ain't what you get. Wonder have you learned a dirty word - did you forget? 'Cause
There's talk on the street... say sugar taste sweet... but it'll tear you apart... when what's easy on the eyes... is hard on the
Heart... when you're loving ...loving on them buzzards. See the shiny-winged angel things catch your eye in the big parade.
You think you got it made. It's all monkey see, monkey do, but in the end the joke's on you. It ain't nothing but a big
Charade. Watch the money talk... see the suckers walk... feel the lonely ache... take its toll, soul-sucking pain, yeah.
Everybody knows... that's just how it goes... when you're loving, loving on them buzzards. Funny how you feel, like a thing is
Real, just 'cause it feels good - You know what I'm saying? Yeah yeah. Funny how you run straight for the gun when you
Know when the fun is done ain't nothing but hell to pay. See the face in the mirror, it looks alone and afraid. Well, if
You think you a player, most times it's you that's getting played by them buzzards buzzards buzzards buzzards, them
Buzzards of love.






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"Buzzards of Love" as written by Michael Pratt

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    General CommentHis music is so different. I've had some of it for ages, but never bothered to listen to it, but this song I finally listened to and I really liked it.
    arlexahnderuhon December 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is fairly straight forward: first the attraction and then the inevitable perils of drug abuse. Jim White is a unique songwriter. Love his style.
    mickfrahmon April 28, 2015   Link

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