"Black & White" as written by and Matthew/goss Goss....
Don't walk that road without your shoes on,
She said your gonna cut your feet,
But I wasn't listening,
I turned on my heel and walked off bleeding down the street.
Don't stand around in the rain,
You know you'll catch your death of cold.
My bones are aching, shivering, shaking.
Got me feeling kinda old.
It's not good enough in black and white,
You're never gonna hear the word.
You don't always get what you ask for,
You always get what you deserve.
Don't give your faith to a stranger,
They just might take it when they leave and you won't have a leg to stand on,
They'll shatter everything that you believe.
Try not to forget where it started 'cause that's gonna be where it ends.
But I was too far gone to remember what he said so I guess I'll just have to pretend.
It's not good enough in black and white,
You never want to hear the word.
You don't always get what you ask for,
But you always get what you deserve.
You know you're gonna get it.
You never want to hear the words,
But it's all there in black and white.
You can never expect what you ask for,
But you're gonna get what you deserve.
It's never good enough in black and white,
You never want to hear the words.
You don't always get what you're askin for but you're gonna get what you deserve.


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"Black & White" as written by Matthew Goss Luke Goss

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