"Nobody Haunts Me Like You" as written by and Willy Braun Ray Kennedy....
Nobody loved me like you
And nobody loved me so cruel
Nobody made me feel more like a man
And then made me feel like a fool

Nobody haunts me like you
Nobody's tossed me aside
Like an old piece of trash
From the Upper East Side

I thought that you were for real
I had some wounds you could heal
You sewed them up and then poured on the salt
Bitter and sweet as a death row last meal

Nobody haunts me like you
Nobody's shattered my pride
Like a silver screen cowboy
Without a last ride
Nobody haunts me like you

You were the one I believed
Stigmata hands always bleed
You were the one that kept my feet on the ground
And then brought me down to my knees

Nobody haunts me like you
Nobody's crushed me that way
Like a shot in the back
Holdin' aces and eights

Nobody haunts me like you
Nobody's cut me down deep
Like a bedside prayer kneeling
With no soul to keep
Nobody haunts me like you


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"Nobody Haunts Me Like You" as written by Willy Braun Ray Kennedy

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