"Russian Roulette" as written by and Adam John Spark Ian Lewis Kenny....
Say, teacher man, I think you lied,
'Cause you said that love would surely die,
I misread the fine print on your sleeve,
As you tried to hand this down to me.

It's too late for you to say to me,
man, It's found within,
As I taste the freedom in your sweet,
Love-rich remedy.

As I fall back down again,
I hold my head high.
And I turn back round to you,
And wave my goodbye.

The same mystic eyes that left me blind,
The same tune that I will hum alone,
I know, That it seems I'm sorry.

So with the underlining rule of love,
I slipped through when I should've been awake,
And I missed the summer with you.

As I fall back down again,
I hold my head high,
And I turn back round to you,
And wave my goodbye,

And I'll never want again, (?)
But I guarantee a steady hand,
There's no sense in regret,
And I know it's only second-best,
But I guarantee a steady hand,
When we play Russian Roulette.

Don't shadow me,
Shadow me,
Don't shadow me,
Shadow me,
Don't shadow me,
Shadow me,
Don't shadow me,
Shadow me.

Please shadow me,
Shadow me,
Please shadow me,
Shadow me,
Please shadow me,
Shadow me
Please shadow me,
Shadow me.

As I fall back down again,
I hold my head high,
And I turn back round to you,
And wave my goodbye,

And I'll never want again, (?)
Could I guarantee a steady hand,
There's no sense in regret,
And I know it's only second-best,
But I guarantee a steady hand,
When we play Russian Roulette.


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