"It's All Mine" as written by and Karl Edmond De Vere Wallinger....
Shoes out of leather
Tongue dried out
The fuel's all gone, engine stopped

Sister, please stay till I tell you how I left
And the color blue's for me
And you can keep all the rest

I've been carrying these bags
For a hundred miles
I've been livin' in my penthouse
I've been asleep on that [?]

Oh, there's a hole in the dam
Where the power used to be
There's a crack in my cup
And I'm adrift out at sea

It's all mine, it's all mine
It's all mine, it's all my own fault
It's all mine, it's all mine
It's all mine, it's all my own fault

It's all mine, it's all mine
It's all mine, it's all my own fault
It's all mine, it's all mine
It's all mine, in your mind but it's my fault

There's my river of mud
There's my sky of lead
I've got a head full of dynamite
And I've got nails in my bed

And there's a hole in the dam
Where the power used to be
And there's a crack in my cup
And I'm adrift at, adrift at sea

It's all mine, it's all mine
It's all mine, it's all my own fault
It's all mine, it's all mine
It's all mine, it's all mine and it's my own fault

It's all mine, it's all mine
It's all mine, it's all mine, it's all my own fault
Don't say why, don't say why
Don't say why, don't say why, it's all my own fault


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"It's All Mine" as written by Karl Edmond De Vere Wallinger

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