"Trouble With Me" as written by and Len Arran Deborah Dyer....
Can't see you through your blinding words
Eyes burning through the lies you stutter
Can't breathe in case I take them in
Then I'd lose my mind

I believe that you believe in you
Still reeling from the words you uttered
Feel sick enough to let you win,
Recognizing the trouble with me
Is my troubles with you
Sometimes you make me feel
Like I'm everybody's fool

The trouble with me
Is my troubles with you
You'd like me to believe
I need no one but you

I stumble from your juiced up promises
Can't believe what I forgave in you
Too scared by what you think
I'm living for, so distorted

Stupid me I should have listened
To you anyway
Between the line I would have heard the truth
So slick you coulda lied to anyone
Now I see that

You can run, you can run away
But I can run too far enough to see

You can run, you can run today
But I can run too far enough
To see the wrong in you


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"The Trouble With Me" as written by Len Arran Deborah Dyer

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