"Pretty Girls" as written by Ernest Anthony Price, Craig Inocencio Balmoris, Olubowale Victor Akintimehin, William Anthony Brown, Radric Delantic Davis, Venus Edwina Dodson, Albert Goodman, Walter Lee Morris, Harry Ray and Jonathan Robert Williams....
Pretty girls just make me cry.
Saw the skeleton of a bird fly by.
The air it whistled through her bones.
She didn't hear it she was heading home.

Pretty girls just make me sad.
It was the best night that we ever had.
Through the city streets we ran.
Sometimes starfish move like human hands.

Knew a woman at the farm.
She was worried I would do her harm.
She wanted me to watch her die.
Waited patiently but a bird flew by.

Please forgive these bones.
The lightness of the air.
The heaviness of stones.
The way I couldn't care.

Pretty birds just make me cry.
Saw the skeleton of a girl fly by.
the air it whistled through her bones.
She didn't hear it she was heading home.
She was heading home.


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