"Blind" as written by Francis Stephen Michael Johnson, Rayne Ann Fitton, Richard Breakspear, Richard Bayram and Ian Ticehurst....
You know I've seen it all before.
I'd like to see her out the door.
But who the hell am I to whine
I've been a dick a million times.
Never thought you'd run,
Never thought you'd ever go away.
I know it's hard to take it.
But everything ain't right, see the light
I don't know what to say.
And I don't know what to say
Yeah, yeah.

There's only one place you can hide.
Going through life with your blind leading the blind.
And there's a problem that you can't fight.
Problem will stop if you leave that b**** tonight.

One thing I can't forget about.
I'll slam the door on her way out.
And if she needs a little help I'll even pack her bags myself.
Never thought you'd run
Never thought you'd ever go away.
I know it's hard to take it.
But every thing ain't right, see the light
I don't know what to say.
And I don't know what to say
Yeah, yeah.

There's only one place you can hide.
Going through life with your blind leading the blind.
And there's a problem that you can't fight.
Problem will stop if you leave that b**** tonight.

There's only one place you can hide.
Going through life with your blind leading the blind.
And there's a problem that you can't fight.
Problem will stop if you leave that b**** tonight.

There's only one place you can hide.
There's only one place you can hide.
And there's a problem you can't fight.
Problem will stop if you leave that b**** tonight.


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"Blind" as written by Rayne Ann Fitton Francis Stephen Michael Johnson

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