Lie To Me
by Cher

Album: Closer To The Truth (2013)
  • Hmmm

    Oh, fuck, just lie to me
    Tell me something sweet
    Till I look the other way
    Don't wanna start over babe
    Already gave you everything
    I got nothing left of me
    The truth is overrated

    Here it comes now, you're gonna stab me in the heart
    I'm gonna hold my ears, so I can't hear us fall apart
    Oh, I'm just a little broken down, trying to keep myself alive
    So don't kill me
    Don't kill me

    Neither one of us is pure enough to come clean

    I'd rather you lie to me
    And look me dead in the eyes
    Tell me I'm the one you need
    I don't wanna start over babe
    This was my everything
    You were my last chance, you see
    Truth is overrated to me

    Is this all common now?
    Where's that fairytale that sold us out?
    Oh, do you really think you're the only one with secrets now?
    See, you're like me
    You're just like me

    Well, one of us is happy
    Other bleeds

    So just lie to me
    I tell you something sweet
    Till we look the other way
    We don't wanna start over babe
    Weavin' up everything
    Till there's nothing left

    Hmmm Writer/s: BILLY MANN, ALECIA MOORE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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