"No Use Lying" as written by and Christopher Mark/robinson Robinson....
You come in the room
You close the door
And you let me see
What you're really here for
You lay me down
In an unmade bed
And you show me things
That aren't easily said

Working in circles
And twisting away
Making it hard to breathe
Touching my skin
I don't want it to end
I'm gone
And you can't catch me

There's no use lying
'Cause I've heard all your bullshit before
You said your old line
For the very last time
I don't want you 'round my back door

She says my name
And it takes me away
A kiss on my brow
And I'm here to stay
When the clock chimes twelve
And we're down on the floor
She tells me things
I never heard before

Working in circles
And twisting away
Making it hard to breathe
Touching my skin
I don't want it to end
I'm gone
And you can't catch me

There's no use lying
'Cause I've heard all your bullshit before
You've said your old line
For the very last time
I don't want you 'round my back door

There's no use lying
'Cause I've heard all your bullshit before
You've said your old line
For the very last time
I don't want you 'round my back door

There's no use lying
There's no use lying
There's no use lying
'Cause I've heard all your bullshit before


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"No Use Lying" as written by Christopher Mark Robinson Chris Robinson

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    General CommentUm... why does this not have any comments? This is a great song, one of my favorites on Lions.

    As for what this means to me, I think it's about a girl who tries to seduce a man and then tell him lies just to mess with him. Something like that, I'm not very verbose today >.>
    NickBush24on February 05, 2005   Link

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