"The Skin I'm In" as written by Richard James Witter, Paul Adrian Banks, Thomas Peter Gladwin and Alan Steven Leach....
It's so hard to believe
That in time you will leave
I should never be alone
For the sake of your health
Keep your thoughts to yourself
I won't change the skin I'm in

You'll get no sympathy
When in my company
You should always bare your soul

There are things we must face
Every woman needs her space
But to leave would be untrue
And if you keep your thirst
You will always drink first
I won't change the mood I'm in

You'll get no sympathy
When in my company
You should always bare your soul
You're in my century
This is my history
And I'm always being sold

It's so hard to believe
That in time you will leave
I should never be alone


Lyrics submitted by shakermaker123

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