The classic crime,
The feeling it's all alright
The fleeting time
Wile eternity rises

And the truth still hurts sometimes
But what good are dead man's treasures?
And you can keep your fool's gold nighttime
Cause I'll fight for my love forever

It hurts, I know,
To just give, to let go
To just fall back into bed
That fated galleons we dread

As the buzzards hover above
As king you ask "What is love?"

The classic crime,
The feeling it's all alright
The fleeting time
Wile eternity rises

And the truth still hurts sometimes
But what good are dead man's treasures?
And you can keep your fool's gold nighttime
Cause I'll fight for my love forever

It hurts, I know,
To just give, to let go
To just fall back into bed
That fated galleons we dread

As the buzzards hover above
As king you ask "What is love?"

And the truth still hurts sometimes
But what good are dead man's treasures?
And you can keep your fool's gold nighttime
Cause I'll fight for my love forever


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