"Deceptively Yours" as written by and Peter Malick....
I couldn't make a change
I might have known you had found another love
I sat at home all night
Baskin' in the lonely pale of my bed stand light

Through a tear in a curtain in a cheap motel
I saw with jealous eyes
You made the call to lie
Deceptively yours

I saw a black cloud, I didn't hear a sound, only the shell on the ground
Was a scream somewhere and in the thick night air
I put the pedal down, as the sirens wailed, and I sat alone and prayed
Not knowing what was to come

Through the tear in a curtain in a cheap motel
I saw with jealous eyes
You made the call to lie
Deceptively yours

I tried not to believe the scene that I could see
It felt like days passed by
Before I turned away, I felt a dizzy sway
And the gun in my hand, stood before a judge

He cleared his throat to say
I won't give you no bail
Shackled with chains of love
I knew that I had bought my own coffin nails

I hear your sweet voice calling out my name
As I stare from a six-foot cell
And from beyond I heard the words
Deceptively yours


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"Deceptively Yours" as written by Peter Malick

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