They got inside of it
I tried to hide from it
It was a love machine

They got away with it
I was amazed they did
They called me Norma Jean

They left a hole they did
They comes and goes they did
They had me on my knees

Well I got tired of it
I even cried a bit
Cos I was missing the dream

Nearly free - I had one foot out of the grave

So for the rest of my days they'll be times
When the dead men dont pray.

I wasn't shy of it
I even tried a bit
I'm not the only one

They had their nose in it
They did propose a bit
I gratefully declined

Get away I did
Run after me they did
To drag me back in time

They said they loved they lied
Even the time I died
That was the TBelly line

I'm nearly free - I had one foot out of the grave

So for the rest of my days they'll be times
When the dead men don't pray

I'm nearly free - I had one foot out of the grave

So for the rest of my days they'll be times
When the dead men don't pray

So for the rest of my days they'll be times
When the dead men don't pray

So for the rest of my days they'll be times
When the dead men don't pray



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