Different Devil

Album: Chickenfoot III (2011)
  • There's a wise old tale
    'Bout the same old hell
    Only the devil is changed
    With two brand new lovers
    Rolling in the covers
    Everybody wants some strange

    We all know somebody
    Gonna tell you just what to do
    But it don't mean nothin'
    'Less it's got something for me and you

    Walk away,
    If you think there's someone better, yeah
    Run away,
    To the arms of something new
    You can stay,
    If you think he'll treat you better than I do
    Turn around babe,
    I'll be right there waiting for you

    Hey we're both getting older
    We should know better
    Some things stay the same
    Yeah, but you want your freedom
    But I'm so jealous
    No one's gonna change

    We all know somebody
    Gonna tell what's right to do
    Hey, I'm sitting here
    Listen baby, I'm missing you

    Walk away,
    If you think there's someone better, yeah
    Run away,
    To the arms of something new
    You can stay,
    If you think he'll treat you better than I do
    Turn around babe,
    I'll be right there waiting for you

    There's a sweet dark angel
    On my shoulder
    Singing in my ear
    From the bad side of heaven
    With all her glory
    Salvation's here

    And we all know somebody's
    Gonna tell you just what to do
    But it don't mean nothin' less
    It means something for me and you, babe

    Walk away,
    If you think there's someone better, yeah
    Run away,
    To the arms of something new
    You can stay,
    If you think he'll treat you better than I do
    Turn around babe,
    I'll be right there waiting for you

    I'm right here waiting for you
    Come on, turn around babe
    I'm right here waiting for you
    Oh, yeah, come on, girl
    I'm right here waiting for you
    Turn around girl Writer/s: JOE SATRIANI, CHAD SMITH, SAMMY HAGAR
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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