"Sista Jane" as written by Joe Bonamassa and Glenn Hughes....
Do you feel
You've been to war?
You say you like it
But you could not leave
Got a multiple ovation
You burn the light
And you do receive
I'll be gone 2morrow
Sometimes I gotta'
Go away
Maybe the line is wider baby
Gonna' take that fast train
You have tried
To go the distance
But you just can't get
No release
You will fade to black
Your mind will crack
It's all you're livin' for
And I am breakin' please

Sweet Sista Jane
Sure like the Pain
You will remain
Sweet Sista Jane

You get your faith
And your therapy
But your mind's spun
A lie in your head
And you're full
Of contradiction
You never heard
A word that I said
I can stay until the mornin'
You know the hour
Is late
Now you're walkin' on a wire
Don't it make your big day

You have tried
To go the distance
But you just can't get
No release
You will fade to black
Waitin' for the world to crack
It's all you're livin' for
And I am breakin' please

Sweet Sista Jane
Sure like the Pain
You will remain
Sweet Sista Jane

(You've got your faith and
your therapy)
(Your mind's spun a lie in your head)

You have tried
To go the distance
But you just can't get
No release
You will fade to black
Your mind will crack
It's all you're livin' for
And I am breakin' please

Sweet Sista Jane
Sure like the Pain
You will remain
Sweet Sista Jane

Sweet Sista Jane
Sure like the Pain
You will remain
Sweet Sista Jane


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"Sista Jane" as written by Glenn Hughes Joe Bonamassa

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