"Which One of You" as written by George Bret Alexander, Michael James Naydock, Paul Andrew Smith, Jeff Feltenberger, Ron Simasek and Pete Palladino....
Marlon Brando eats alone tonight
I may be right
But then, I don't know much about him
There's a part of you my system lacks
But through the cracks
It only shows in bits and pieces

I always feel I'm talking to
The person who last talked to you
Your rabbit's foot and four leaf clover
Only serve to run me over now

Which one of you
Will join me tonight
Which one of you will I see
Which one of you
Are you trying to hide from me

I never understood this posturing
The heart's a thing
That makes or breaks your reputation
If you were choking on excessive praise
I couldn't raise
An army strong enough to save you

I always feel I'm talking to
The person who last talked to you
Your rabbit's foot and four leaf clover
Only serve to run me over now

Which one of you
Will join me tonight
Which one of you will it be
Which one of you
Are you trying to hide from me

Are you the soldier
With the world on his shoulders
Or are you the hero
Who never gets older
The list goes on and on

Marlon Brando eats alone tonight
I may be right
But then, I don't know much about him
The saddest thing's to see you fade away
The slow decay
It eats at me at every level

I always feel I'm talking to
The person who last talked to you
Your rabbit's foot and four leaf clover
Only serve to run me over now

Which one of you
Will join me tonight
Which one of you will it be
Which one of you
Are you trying to hide from me
Which one of you
Will join me tonight
Which one of you will I see
Which one of you
Are you trying to hide from me


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"Which One of You" as written by Jeff Feltenberger George Bret Alexander

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