"The Market" as written by and Robert Samuel Morris....
Let me paint you a picture
A picture that I know that you'd like
I'll let the colors run
It dries and then it's done

And we'll go to the market and sell it
It's worth more to them than it is to you
You said you'd put it on the wall
But I don't want you to
We'll go to the market and sell it

Let me build you a fortress
A fortress you can decorate
I'll find a way to pay
The bills to the estate

And we'll go to the market and sell it
It's worth more to them than it is to you
You said you weren't happy
And you won't be happy here
We'll go to the market and sell it

Let me give you some money
Some money for a daring escape
We'll find a ticket cheap
Say goodbye and you will leave

And we'll go to the market in Paris
It's worth more in francs than it is in our banks
You said you weren't happy
And you won't be happy here
We'll go to the market in Paris


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"The Market" as written by Robert Samuel Morris

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