"Song And Dance" as written by Andrew David Osenga, Clayton Monroe Daily and Mark Andrew Lockett....
I'm standing at a mirror
I don't know who I'm looking at
This part I play that I didn't write
Have I gone too far to come back?

I wish you could see the real me
More than just this song and dance
But that's all you saw to begin with
So that's what I gave you at last

I'm empty as a desert well
But I built the walls of this mirrored cell
It was a spiraled game of show and tell
And you beat me every time
(Every time)

I feel as easy to see through
As a candidate for political office in D.C.
Yet my loneliness is carefully hidden
Though I'm dying to let it be seen, yeah

I'm empty as a desert well
But I built the walls of this mirrored cell
It was a spiraled game of show and tell
And you beat me every time

I'm empty as a desert well
But I built the walls of this mirrored cell
It was a spiraled game of show and tell
And you beat me every time
And you beat me oh every time

Tear me down, see me naked
This tired facade is wearing thin, yeah
It's wearing thin, yeah

I'm empty as a desert well
But I built the walls of this mirrored cell
It was a spiraled game of show and tell
And you beat me every time

I'm empty
(As a desert well)
I'm empty
(As a desert well)
I'm empty
(As a desert well)
I'm empty
(As a desert well)




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"Song and Dance" as written by Clayton Monroe Daily Andrew David Osenga

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