"Future Wife" as written by James Buchanan Galley, Samuel Forrest, David Samuel Jones and Martin Cohen....
Everybody's got a secret life
Got their stars and stripes, got a sunrise
You can see it when they roll their eyes
To the neon lights in the night time

And if you want it, it don't matter much
You can never get enough

You're searching for what
A better life, a dollar sign?
I blew my heart out trying for what?
A paradise, I'll never find
I'm not surprised but maybe I was

I'm just feeling lucky 'cause my hands are tied
And my mouth is dry and I won't fight
And I've been acting like I'm on your side
And I don't know why and I don't mind

I don't wanna 'cause I have no luck
And I never ask for much

Except for a shock
A better life, a dollar sign
I blew my heart out trying for what?
A paradise, I'll never find
I'm not surprised, but, maybe I was
Yer, maybe I was?

You're trying too much
Well, maybe it's never gonna be enough

You're searching for what
A better life, a dollar sign?
I blew my heart out trying for what?
A paradise, I'll never find
I'm not surprised but maybe I was

Oh, oh




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"Future Wife" as written by James Galley David Samuel Jones

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