You always appease me
With beautiful lies
You must be godlike
'cause nothing's never not right
You're my protector
A pillar of strength
You'd never deceive me
Unless you could hide the stain
You're practiced and polished
It's you you amaze
Do what feels good, splurge
Your smile can take it all away
How very thoughtful
An introduction to pain
You should be proud dear
No one's ever hurt me this way
You're just a big drama queen
You don't know who you want to be
You're so lame
I think you'd do anything
Just to get what you need
Fake, you're a genuine loser
You're a fake, you're counterfeit cool
You're a fake, a professional user
You're a fake
My world would be better without a fake
I try to keep faith
In the emperor's clothes
To me you're just naked
I guess I like the stage show
If I give up pleasure
Will I lose the pain
I think it'd be worth it
Next time I'll find the real thing
You're a big drama queen
You don't know who you want to be
You're so lame
I think you'd do anything
Just to get what you need


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