Lost your father when you were 12, your virginity at 13, and somewhere in between
You learned to harden up your heart, and take from those you love, and keep yourself unseen
And the truth is it’s your fear that keeps you frozen
You don't realize the moment you were broken, unforeseen

Whatever happened to Baby Jane
Running the town and earning her name
Working the room with just a smile, Baby Jane that is your style
What ever happened to Baby Jane?
It's just a shame

You can't be happy if you tried, and your hate spreads like disease, satiating every need
Your proud of all that you can't feel, and those you've left behind, pretending it's not real
And the truth is it's your fear that leaves you frozen
You can't pinpoint the moment you were broken, unforeseen

Whatever happened to Baby Jane
Running the town and earning her name
Working the room with just a smile, Baby Jane that is your style
What ever happened to Baby Jane?
It's just a shame

And the truth is it's your fear that leaves you frozen
You can't pinpoint the moment you were broken, unforeseen

Whatever happened to Baby Jane
Running the town and earning her name
Working the room with just a smile, Baby Jane that is your style
What ever happened to Baby Jane?
It's just a shame (x2)


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