"Vanity" as written by Keith Barney, Kenneth W. Floyd, James Stephen Hart, Mick Morris and Brandan Schieppati....
Pictures of your vanity
are thrown about the house in which we live
Being part of going older seems a good idea until we live
So wrapping in your winter time
You knew that you could never change your ways,
So where do we go?

And I say, baby,
you might miss it when it goes.
And baby,
To me you're mighty like a rose.
And I have seen this before
Crawling 'round your floor.

Holding life in good intentions
We won't live the distance that we run.
Watching everything you turn
to love as it would burn
into the sun.
So where do we go?

And I say, baby,
You might miss it when it goes.
And baby,
to me you're mighty like a rose.
And I have seen this before
Crawling 'round your floor.

So where do we go?

And I say, baby,
you might miss it when it goes.
And baby,
when it's gone, oh let it go.
And baby,
you won't need it anymore.
'Cause baby,
to me you're mighty like a rose.
And I have seen this before
crawling 'round your floor.


Lyrics submitted by CanonJoe

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