"Jimmy Rae" as written by and Corey Hart....
Jimmy Rae was born and raised to be
The son of pride and family respect
And Jimmy Rae swore he'd one day see
The other side of his own neglect
So Jimmy Rae left home at seventeen
And vowed he would never look back
He passed his old man on the floor
Empty bottle, his face in the crack
And it's so sad to see that no one hears the call
And it's so hard to be alone trapped against the wall
Where nobody gives a damn
The sacrificial lamb
The message is clear
It's a tragedy to see you slip away
Jimmy Rae
Jimmy Rae dreamed he'd someday be
A lucky child of significance
And shall we say it was destiny
He'd be a victim of indifference
So Jimmy Rae fell down to his knees
And confessed to a higher God
'O naked truth you're a travesty
Your creation's a fraud
'O and it's so sad to see that no one hears the call
And it's so hard to be alone trapped against the wall
Where nobody gives a damn
The sacrificial lamb
The message is clear
It's a tragedy to see you slip away
Jimmy Rae
Oh no no
And it's so sad to see that no one hears the call
And it's so hard to be alone trapped against the wall
Whoa where nobody gives a damn
The sacrificial lamb
The message is clear
It's a tragedy to see you slip away
Jimmy Rae
Jimmy Rae no no no
Oh no
It's so sad to see you slip away
It's so sad to see you slip away
Jimmy Rae
Jimmy Rae
Jimmy Rae
Do you hear me Jimmy Rae?
Do you hear me Jimmy Rae?


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"Jimmy Rae" as written by Corey Hart

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