"Wonderful Lie" as written by and Michael James Bund....
You've been talking about Reno
Places that we go
Wrong people, wrong time
And the wrong kind of dreams
Raised in a shack in Virginia
The coldest of winters
Born in a reign of confusion
But not disillusion

But oh what wonderful lie when you said you were mine then
And I just believed it

Blue is the color of my town
There's nothing worth saving
Hope is the color of my flag
The flag that I'm waving
I stood by the train at the station
My words were all wasted
I woke up and try to remember the words that I sent you

But oh what wonderful lie when you said you were mine then
And I just believed it

And the world about keeps turning round
And you never said you felt so down

But oh what wonderful lie when you said you were mine then
And I just believed it

And I never said those words that made you cry, you lie
And I never ever see that something again

But oh what wonderful lie when you said you were mine then
And I just believed it


Lyrics submitted by tetsuo29

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