"Unfinished Business" as written by and George/themis O'dowd....
Boy, I know your secrets, though you
Brag and swagger,
And you lay women down.
You're the same tough guy
That cried in my arms,
And kissed me when the lights went down.
I hear you married some
Danish girl.
I'm so glad that it wasn't me,
'Cause you're like so many of those
Boys I've known;
You break your promise easily.
Unfinished business.
Fox in the headlights.
Tears for what might have been.
Unfinished business.
Crawling out of the woodwork.
You know how to ruin
A good dream.
See your life reflected in my
Painted eyes.
These memories are hard to shake.
I pressed my lips against your
Trembling flesh,
And waited for your back to break.
You liar, you coward, you
Sleeping fool.
Hey, don't you know that secrets kill?
Heaven and hell are right
Here on Earth;
Decided by your own free will.
Unfinished business.
Fox in the headlights.
Tears for what might have been.
Unfinished business.
Crawling out of the woodwork.
I know how to ruin a good dream.
Now go tell your friends that I'm
Mad in my head.
That I don't know what I mean.
You walk like Jack and you
Love like Mary.
And you're more than a bit of a queen.
Unfinished business.
You know exactly what I mean.
You lie, you lie, you lie.
You lie, you lie, you lie.
Unfinished business, yeah, tough guy.
You know exactly what I mean.


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"Unfinished Business" as written by John Themis George O'dowd

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