"O Woe Is Me" as written by Rudolf Christian Deborst, Christian Livingstone, Philip Buscke Somervell and Matthew Terrence Osment....
I may sound ungrateful
But tonight you know I am
How come some great big things
You can let slip through your hands

Oh, oh, oh, W-O-E is me

I'm a simple boy, I just need a simple girl
To tell me how it really is in this absurd world

Oh, oh, oh, W-O-E is me

Oh, whoa, oh, woe is me
Whoa, oh, woe is me
Whoa, oh, woe is me
Whoa, oh, woe is me

Somebody tell it to me straight
I need to learn how to see
I may just sound ungrateful, but I just
I just have to be me

I need a little lesson
Really need to be taught
How I should be filled
So help me break this mould

Oh, oh, oh, W-O-E is me

Oh, whoa, oh, woe is me
Whoa, oh, woe is me
Whoa, oh, woe is me
Whoa, oh, woe is me

Somebody tell it to me straight
I need to learn how to see
I may just sound ungrateful, but I just
I just have to be me

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,
Now I've got to remind myself
That hardly is a crime

Oh, oh, oh, W-O-E is me

So, whoa, oh, woe is me
Whoa, oh, woe is me
Whoa, oh, woe is me
Whoa, oh, woe is me

Somebody tell it to me straight
I need to learn how to see, yeah
I may just sound ungrateful, but I just
I just have to be me, yeah

You know I just have to be me







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"O Woe Is Me" as written by Matthew Terrence Osment Christian Livingstone

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