End To The Lies

Album: The Great Escape Artist (2011)
  • You sit around there telling stories
    Taking chips for old past glories
    I had never thought that you'd wake
    I'm selling my abstruse missing
    Parts that you can't use
    That's why I never liked your pity party

    You never really change like they say
    Oh, you'll only become more like yourself
    He thought he knew me back in the day
    When I was down but now I'm still crying hell

    You talk about me so much
    That I think that you're in love with me
    Yeah, you do, it's true man, your busted
    You talk about me to your friends
    Or anyone with time to listen
    You could never ever be trusted

    You never really change like they say
    Oh, you'll only become more like yourself
    He thought he knew me back in the day
    When I was down but now I'm still crying hell

    End to the lies, end to the lies
    End to the lies, end to the lies

    Now you
    You were the foreskin
    I was the real head
    You were the foreskin

    You never really change like they say
    Oh, you'll only become more like yourself
    He thought he knew me back in the day
    When I was down but now I'm still crying hell

    End to the lies, end to the lies
    End to the lies, end to the lies
    End to the lies, end to the lies
    End to the lies, end to the lies Writer/s: PERRY FARRELL, DAVID MICHAEL NAVARRO, STEPHEN ANDREW PERKINS, DAVID ANDREW SITEK
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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