Dear Diamond

Album: Four the Record (2011)
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  • Dear diamond, pretty and new
    Perfectly flawless, too good to be true
    Dear diamond, you shine like the sun
    You wrap around my finger just like he does

    You cost more than he wanted to lose
    And with this ring I said I do
    I promise to never do what I've done
    I've lied to someone

    Dear diamond, what will we do?
    Well I like the devil, just face the truth
    Dear diamond, be my saving grace
    What you don't know will kill him, that I can't face

    You cost more than he wanted to lose
    And with this ring I said I do
    I promise to never do what I've done
    I've lied to someone, dear diamond

    Dear diamond, with your band of gold
    Some people you have, some people you hold
    Dear diamond, I promise to keep
    The secret I have while he's holding me Writer/s: MIRANDA LAMBERT
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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