"Guilty" as written by Robert A. Ezrin, Jason Paul Bonham, Ian David Hatton, Daniel S. Macmaster and John Smithson....
Yeah baby, I've been drinking,
And I shouldn't come by I know
But I found myself in trouble darling,
And I had nowhere else to go

Got some whiskey from a bar man,
Got some cocaine from a friend
I just had to keep on moving,
Till I was back in your arms again

Well I'm guilty, yeah I'm guilty,
I'll be guilty for the rest of my life
How come I never do,
What I'm supposed to do
How come nothing that I try to do ever turns out right

Well you know how it is with me baby,
You know I just can't stand myself
It takes a whole lot of medicine,
For me to pretend to be somebody else.


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"Guilty" as written by Randy Newman

Lyrics © Walt Disney Music Company

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    General CommentPowerful rendition from Bonnie of a Randy Newman song. Someone who has sunken to the bottom and come to the realization that the one thing he/she should have held onto was their love.
    muzeecalon July 02, 2011   Link

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