I can't explain exactly what I'm doing standing in the rain
Don't do it for fun
Do it if you feel it
Kiss it on the tongue
I'm taking my thoughts to a railway station
Put 'em on a train just to see what's coming back
What's coming back
It's coming like a heart attack

Ice melts too fast
So nothing stays forever nothing's gonna last
She's dressed in black
A black that ends in nowhere and I just got to have her back
And I'm television sick and I'm television crazy
No one works so hard just to make me feel so bad
I'm feeling bad
Oh that's too sad

Hey. hey. hey. she's as mean as mean.
Hey. hey. hey. she's as black as black.
Hey. hey. hey. she's as mean as mean.
Hey. hey. hey. she's as black as black.
Hey. hey. hey. I got to get her back.
Hey. hey. hey. I got to get her back.
Hey. hey. hey. I got to get her back.
Hey. hey. hey. she's as mean as mean.
Hey. hey. hey. she's as sick as sick.
Hey. hey. hey. she's as cool as cool.
Hey. hey. hey. she's as black as black.


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Far Gone and Out Lyrics as written by Charles Reid Bertram Bertram Charles Reid

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    listen to this live is just insane. i have a sore throat just now because of it.

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