Please don't believe
Things that just don't matter
Can't hide what you can't see
Behind the worn out laughter
Sometimes I smoke and drink too much
And my brother sure can write
The money it ain't nothing (oh no)
When you cash in a heart full of lies

You got to duck before before the bullets fly
And laugh alone when the
Wind starts to cry
When you're on empty
You're on borrowed time
Just duck before the bullets fly

Sometimes I can't remember
What is is I want to forget
Another heart broken mama (oh no)
The name on a bullet (oh ya ya)
Is it the shade of my greed
Or a flaw in my pride (ya)
I just want to succeed (please)
For once in my life (once in my life)

You got to duck before the bullets fly
And laugh alone when the
Wind starts to cry
When you're on empty
You're on borrowed time
Just duck before the bulkets fly

I've been raised on belief (ya)
On things that just don't matter (ya)
And the shade of my greed
(The shade of my greed) (ya)
Sheds light on a life Filled with worn out laughter

You got to duck before the bullets fly
And laugh alone when the
Wind starts to cry
When you're on empty
You're on borrowed time
You got to duck before the bullets fly
And laugh alone when the
Wind starts to cry
When you're on empry
You're on borrowed time
Just duck before the bullets fly

You've got to duck



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"Cold Duck" as written by West Arkeen, Del James

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