Lies Are A Business

Album: For The Love Of Metal (2018)
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  • Bring me to the gates of hell
    Cause there's a debt to pay
    Bring me all your worthless leaders
    Predators will soon be prey

    They won't say it, but lies are a business too
    It's time to play it, the game has come for me and you
    Me and you

    Start to walk out on deceit
    The truth appears
    Sometimes the road less traveled
    Is paved with innocent tears

    Their greed is never ending
    The tide will soon be turning
    It's beyond all comprehension
    Foundations crumble, the sky is churning

    They won't say it, but lies are a business too
    It's time to play it, the game has come for me and you
    Me and you

    They won't say it, but lies are a business too
    It's time to play it, the game has come
    They won't say it, but lies are a business too
    It's time to play it, the game has come for
    For me and you Writer/s: Dee Snider
    Publisher: REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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