"Oriental Sadness" as written by Graham Nash, Alan Clarke and Tony Hicks....
How soon tears begin to tumble
From her laughing eyes
She's been talking to somebody
Who told her lies
She'll never trust in anybody no more
Who told her lies
She'll never trust in anybody no more

How can I begin to reach her
Let her know the truth
What that someone has been saying
Is only lies
She'll never trust in anybody no more
It's only lies
She'll never trust in anybody no more

How could she think that I
Would take advantage of a girl like her
How could she think that I
Would sacrifice all I have felt for her
Would sacrifice all I have felt for her

Like a flower she is fading
Soon she'll wilt and die
If she doesn't get the sunlight
That I can give
She'll never trust in anybody no more
That I can give
She'll never trust in anybody no more

How could she think that I
Would take advantage of a girl like her
How could she think that I
Would sacrifice all I have felt for her
Would sacrifice all I have felt for her

Like a flower she is fading
Soon she'll wilt and die
If she doesn't get the sunlight
That I can give
She'll never trust in anybody no more
That I can give
She'll never trust in anybody no more


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"Oriental Sadness" as written by Graham Nash Alan Clarke

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