Here's the story `bout a crooked man.
His weary eyes and sunken cheeks speak a tale, bleak without real conviction.
His voice is sounds like an old worn out engine.
It'll drop your heart and sink it like a stone.
His words they linger filled with veiled lies,
and his breath the scent of mouthwashed badness...

He said - you can't trust them all.
No matter how hard you try, there's always something wrong...
take a look into the sky -
there's a ring around the sun.

His apparel a reminder
of old women and dimestore clerks.
Handcreamed handshakes,
and the backstabber's friendliness.
He'll grab a hold like a thorn at your side,
every breath will make you wish you had not tried, after all.
And if you speak of love he will dirty your words,
and make you feel unworthy in your loved ones eyes

He said - you can't trust them all.
No matter how hard you try, there's always something wrong...
take a look into the sky -
there's a ring around the sun.

So how does it feel to be alone,
with nobody calling on the phone
They all seem to disappear one by one

He said - you can't trust them all.
No matter how hard you try, there's always something wrong...
take a look into the sky -
there's a ring around the sun.



Lyrics submitted by lookingfordolving

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