"I'd Rather Be Your Enemy" as written by and Lee Hazlewood....
Well, it's a game, it's a shame.
Sometimes you don't win.
Don't we do what, others do when,
I see you again.

Cause I, rather be your enemy and,
here you call me friend.
You know I, rather be your enemy and,
here you call me friend.

Anytime when, I was blinded.
Let you take me in.
Don't we do what, others do when,
I see you again.

Cause I, rather be your enemy and,
here you call me friend.
You know I, rather be your enemy and,
here you call me friend.
You know I, rather be your enemy and,
here you call me friend.
You know I, rather be your enemy and,
here you call me friend.


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