"True Confession" as written by Euwart Beckford and Duke Reid....
(Dah, dah) (dah, dah)
Dear Mr. Editor, wontcha please
Print my story in your magazine?
Warn all the lovers how a cheating heart
Can only end up in misery

I was a lyin', cheating fool
Treated her so cruel
Broke her heart and made her cry
Broke every rule and that's my

(True confession) she can read the story
(Read it in your magazine) that's my true confession
(True confession) and I'm sorry
(Sorry that I treated her so mean, oh I'm sorry that I treated her mean)

I would call her up and apologize
If I was half the man I should be
But I'm afraid it's too late for that
'Cause I know she wouldn't listen to me

I was a lyin', cheating fool
Treated her so cruel
Broke her heart and made her cry
Broke every rule and that's my

True confession, she can read the story
(Read it in your magazine) a-that's my true confession
(True confession) let her know that I'm
(Sorry that I treated her so mean, oh I'm sorry that I treated her mean)

I would call her up and apologize
If I was half the man I should be
But I'm afraid it's too late for that
'Cause I know she wouldn't listen to me

I was a lyin', cheating fool
Treated her so cruel
Broke her heart and made her cry
Broke every rule and that's my

True confession, she can read the story
(Read it in your magazine) a-that's my true confession
(True confession) let her know that I'm
(Sorry that I treated her so mean, oh I'm sorry that I treated her mean)


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"True Confessions" as written by Beckford Pka U-roy

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