She walks with a sway I hope I never replicate
She thinks she's on top of the world
Living two lives at the same time

Sunday's revival brought you to your senses
Repent, repent for all your sins
But the second you walked out those double doors
You became the same that you were when you walked in
She hits the ground so hard she can't get back up
But how would I know? I wasn't even there
I'm hearing it from somebody else

Living in a world of lies
Won't get you anywhere in this life
Even though I'll always love you
I'm still stuck with a liar for a friend

His father was a preacher
And he knew that book like the back of his hand
To him it's just a novel, oh just a novel
Raise those hands, make them think that you're in the congregation
Fake it, fake it
But when you walk back through those double doors
The mask comes off and you keep on living for yourself

You make it out to be a game
You make it out to be a game
You make it out to be a game
Pretending to be something you are not
Nobody knows, nobody knows that your actions speak differently when
you're not alone

The public eye has no idea what you're like in the middle of the night
But the public eye is not the only eye that's watching you

Living in a world of lies
Won't get you anywhere in this life
Even though I'll always love you
I'm still stuck with a liar for a friend
A liar, a liar, a liar for a friend
A friend, a friend, a liar for a friend

Sunday's revival
Let's see how much you've changed
You made it out to be a game
Sunday's revival
Let's see how much you've changed
Let's see how much you've changed


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