"Mother Cries Wolf" as written by Amie Michel Miriello, Jay Dmuchowski and Rob Wells....
Door slams, cigarettes
Mother cries wolf again
We stand at the top of the stairs
Though the air is cold and my hair is wet

We hide up in bed
Will it be alright, will it ever end?
'Cause I buy every word that you said

And I don't know why
But I feel as though someone
Closed the sky
And you're a shadow, a shadow
Another woman I feel like I used to know

Yeah

Don't you patronize
Don't you look at me
With your drunken eyes
My indifference is a lot like yours
Though I can't escape

She tells me, "It's not alright
He is losing it, can I stay the night?"
I stay up in bed and I cry

And I don't know why
But I feel as though someone
Closed the sky
And you're a shadow, a shadow
Another woman I feel like I used to know

And I don't know why
But I feel as though someone
Closed the sky
And you're a shadow, a shadow
Another woman I feel like I used to know

And I don't know why
But I feel as though someone
Stole the sky
And you're a shadow, a shadow
Another woman I feel like I used to know

Door slams, cigarettes
Mother cries wolf again




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