She don't like him talkin' to blondes
Girls in town ain't used to men like John
Another waitress sets him up for free
Ain't that good lookin',
but he sure knows what to say

Yeah, he's got a voice
Like a tuxedo and pink champagne
When he speaks his heart,
It sounds so lonely, like a leavin' train

Yeah, he's got a voice
Like a tuxedo and pink champagne
When he speaks his heart, he sounds so lonely
You're one silver-tongued devil

Next door neighbors since we were nine
This old mill town is in a sharp decline
Talks about leaving almost every day
It's the end of the season
And there's no reason to stay

Yeah, he's got a voice
Like a tuxedo and pink champagne
When he speaks his heart,
He sounds so lonely, like a leavin' train

Yeah, he's got a voice
Like a tuxedo and pink champagne
When he speaks his heart, he sounds so lonely
You're one silver-tongued devil

Sometimes he'd talk about a fantasy
To go off and become a famous guy
His girlfriend went and had the baby
And how it would just break his heart now
To leave them behind

Yeah, he's got a voice
Like a tuxedo and pink champagne
When he speaks his heart,
He sounds so lonely, like a leavin' train

Yeah, he's got a voice
like a tuxedo and pink champagne
When he speaks his heart, he sounds so lonely
You're one silver-tongued,
You're one silver-tongued,
You're one silver-tongued devil


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Silver-Tongued Devil song meanings
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