"Reason With Me" as written by and Sinead Marie Bernarde O'connor Geoffrey John Smith....
Hello, you don't know me,
But I stole your laptop
And I took your TV.
I sold your granny's rosary
For 50 p.

And I even pulled a old hijack, said I had a hypodermic in me backpack, but I was only bluffing.

Oh so long I've been a junkie,
I ought to wrap it up and mind my monkeys. I really want to mend my ways, I'm gonna call that number one of these days.

I'm the one who sits in the backroom, I'm the one who doesn't know how to have fun.
I'm the one to smoke amiss all around me, 'cause I don't like no one around me.
'Cause if I love someone, I might lose someone; if I love someone, I might lose someone.


I'm gonna reach a hand out to you, say you, would you pull me up, now could you?
I don't want to waste the life God gave me, and I don't think that it's too late to save me.

Reason with me, let's reason together

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"Reason with Me" as written by Sinead Marie Bernarde O'connor Geoffrey John Smith


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