Disco Lies
by Moby

Album: Last Night (2008)
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  • You said you want me
    That was just a lie
    You said you love me
    That was just a lie
    All I wanted was someone
    Who could keep me
    Warm at night
    You tried it baby
    But it didn't work
    And now I know
    This is gonna be the end
    Oh, but you lied

    You said you need me
    That was just a lie
    You said the truth
    Once that was just a lie

    All I needed was someone
    Who could keep me
    Warm at night
    You tried it baby
    But it didn't work
    And now I know
    This is gonna be the end
    Oh, but you lied

    All I needed was someone
    Who could keep me
    Warm at night
    You tried it baby
    But it didn't work
    And now I know
    This is gonna be the end
    Oh, but you lied Writer/s: Richard Melville Hall
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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