"Seven Sisters" as written by and Mary Lou Lord....
On Seven Sisters lay down your innocence
Cash in your ignorance learn about the truth
And it's no playground it's one big let down
It looks like a backstreet bargain baby
But you just got screwed
And on that high road you live in shadows
And the one that follows is your silent twin
And it's a sad reminder
That when you try to find her
She's back on the old main drag in trouble again

Ten hail Mary's and she's ready to score
Dealing with the damage of a grown up war
But turning tricks and tourniquets
Are nothing more than another wasted day

Cinderella's on the corner with her eyes in tears
Waiting for the moment when the magic appears
They expected her home for the past two years
I guess she lost her way

The tide is always turning
Deep inside your desire's burning
And you're dying just to get away

You thought you had it down
When you first came to this town
Now you're begging for a helping hand
And a brand new day
You're begging back all that Seven Sisters took away

Can you get it back again
Get it back again

And I wish I could escape
From the old main drag
From the old main drag

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"Seven Sisters" as written by Mary Lou Lord

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