So He Begins To Lie

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  • The camera’s watching
    He takes a breath
    Even though that they know
    That he knows
    That they’re on to him
    He don’t break a sweat, no

    It grows and grows and grows
    Inside of him
    There’s nothing there
    All along he knows
    Those mirrors started to lie to him
    His reflection faded

    The crowd are waiting
    He takes the stage
    Cross his heart, hand on heart, open heart
    That he’s gone legit
    He was never there, no

    Oh, it grows and grows and grows
    Inside of him
    There’s nothing there
    All along he knows
    Those mirrors started to lie to him
    His reflection faded

    As easy as closing his eyes
    So he begins to lie

    The camera’s watching
    The camera’s watching him lieWriter/s: GORDON MOAKES, KELE OKEREKE, MATT TONG, RUSSELL LISSACK
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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