About Her

Album: Kill Bill Vol. 2 Soundtrack (2004)
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  • My man's
    Got a heart
    Like a rock
    Cast in the sea

    Well no one told me about her
    The way she lies
    Well no one told me about her
    How many people cried

    My man's
    Got a heart
    Like a rock
    Cast in the sea

    Well no one told me about her
    The way she lies
    Well no one told me about her
    How many people cried

    But it's too late to say you're sorry
    How would I know?
    Why should I care?
    Please don't bother to find her
    She's not there

    My man's
    Got a heart
    Like a rock
    Cast in the sea
    Cast in the sea

    Well no one told me about her
    Well no one told me about her
    How many people cried

    But it's too late to say you're sorry
    How would I know?
    Why should I care?
    Please don't bother trying to find her
    She's not there
    She's not there Writer/s: MALCOLM ROBERT ANDREW MCLAREN, ROD ARGENT, WILLIAM C HANDY
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