"Blame" as written by Phillip Thomas and Lloyd James....
A lie is like a dirty knife
A jagged blade
And I can feel it in my spine
Deceiver
Your tongue is going to get pulled out
Your quick lips sealed
And I am going to shut your mouth
Forever

It's always your fault
And it's my fault
You won't change
I won't change
What's your problem
You
You won't listen to me
You keep pushing

Blame is a dangerous game to play
Better watch who you betray
Because I won't take your blame
Blame will chase you down someday
And will not fade away
There will be hell to pay
When I come back to find you
I'll show what happens when you blame

I know want to run and hide
You scared stiff snitch
Nowhere you can go this time
It's over

It's always your fault
And it's my fault
You won't change
I won't change
What's your problem
You
You won't listen to me
You keep pushing

Blame is a dangerous game to play
Better watch who you betray
Because I won't take your blame
Blame will chase you down someday
And will not fade away
There will be hell to pay
When I come back to find you
I'll show what happens when you blame

I know I'll come back to find you
I'll show you what happens when you blame

Blame is a dangerous game to play
Better watch who you betray
Because I won't take your blame
Blame will chase you down someday
And will not fade away
There will be hell to pay
When I come back to find you
I'll show what happens when you blame

Blame is a dangerous game to play
Better watch who you betray
You will have hell to pay when I find you
I'll show you what happens when you blame


Lyrics submitted by MusicFREAK20

"Blame" as written by Blake Carney Allison Author Unknown Composer

Lyrics © DEVOUR THE DAY LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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