I think there's something, you should know
Time to hit the road, find the door, yeah ya gotta go
'cause I been down this road now a million times
I've heard every one of your bullshit lines
If ya think I'm gunna listen just one more time
You got a problem now!

For all I've said
And all I've done
You'll never be
No you'll never be the one

You've come back, said ya mend't your ways
Your dimestore smile don't hide what you betray
I know you ain't no friend of mine
You better find a sucker further down the line
I seen the light and the truth is mine
Ya ain't welcome here






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    this song starts out with an instant, uptaking beat. which only leads to a really great song throughout. =]

    shmoodieon July 28, 2002   Link

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