I'm Moving On

Album: Double Fantasy (1980)
  • Save your sweet talk
    For when you score
    Keep your Monday kisses
    For your glass lady
    I want the truth and nothing more
    I'm moving on
    Moving on, you're getting phony

    You didn't have to tell a white lie
    You knew you scored me for life
    Don't stick your finger in my pie
    You know I'll see through your jive
    I want the truth and nothing more
    I'm moving on
    Moving on, we're getting phony

    When you were angry you had love in your eyes
    When you were sad you had dream in your voice
    But now you're giving me your window smile
    I'm moving on
    Moving on it's getting phony

    Moving on Writer/s: YOKO ONO
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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