"Dignity" as written by and Burns....
I've had enough of your voice
Can't listen to your lies
I'm feeling quite indifferent
To your incessant whine

Just keep hold of your dignity
That's not something to lose on me
You'd best keep hold of your dignity
'Cause that's not something to lose on me

Think I'm oh so perfect
That I'm your special guy
But everything between us
Is just a pretty lie

Just keep hold of your dignity
'Cause that's not something to lose on me
You'd best keep hold of your dignity
'Cause that's not something to lose on me

'Cause that's not something to lose

I've had enough of your voice
(Aao huzoor tumko, sitaron pe le chaloon)
I'm feeling quite indifferent
(Dil jhoom jaye aise baharon mein le chaloon)

Just keep hold of your dignity
You'd best keep hold of your dignity
(Dil jhoom jaye aise)
'Cause that's not something to lose on me

'Cause that's not something to lose on me


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"Dignity" as written by James Reynolds Dylan Burns

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