Save The Lies

Album: Lessons to be Learned (2008)
Charted: 33
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  • I'd like to find something
    I got my best dress on
    And I'll play from dusk till dawn
    And when you sleep tonight
    I'd hold my pillow tight
    I'd turn all the lights off

    Oh I say, don't say, that you're up to nothing, your sure up to something
    Today, boy I'll start a laughing cause you will pay

    Save the lies
    I'm a saying I might get a bit rough, if he ain't good to me, oh, good to me
    So I say with a smile cause I know, that he'll be good, you better be good to me, ya better be good

    You better treat me nice
    Or I'll come back to bite
    Boy just you wait and see
    I'll throw you in skin deep
    Into reality
    No this ain't fantasy

    Oh I say, don't say, that you're up to nothing, your sure up to something
    Today, boy I'll start a laughing cause you will pay

    Save the lies
    I'm a saying I might get a bit rough, if he ain't good to me, oh, good to me
    So I say with a smile cause I know, that he'll be good, you better be good to me,
    Ya better me good [Repeat: x2]

    Gonna set your bright soul alight
    I'm gonna play my right card tonight
    I'm gonna fly my bike, ride my kite
    I'm gonna eat you up, bite you by the [Repeat: x2]

    Save the lies
    I'm a saying I might get a bit rough, if he ain't good to me, oh, good to me
    So I say with a smile cause I know, that he'll be good, you better be good to me,
    Oh good to me Writer/s: BOB STANLEY, BRIAN THOMAS HIGGINS, GABRIELLA LUCIA CILMI, MIRANDA ELEANOR DE FONBRUNE COOPER, PETER STEWART WIGGS, ROBERT EDWARD BRADLEY, SARAH CRACKNELL, TIMOTHY MARTIN POWELL
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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