Liar

Album: Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols (1977)
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  • Lie lie lie lie you liar
    You lie lie lie, tell me why
    Tell me why, why d'you have to lie
    Should've realized that you
    Should've told the truth
    Should've realized you know what I'll do

    You're in suspension you're a liar

    Now I wanna know, now-now I wanna known why
    You never look me in the face
    Broke a confidence just to please your ego
    Should've realized you know what I know

    You're in suspension you're a liar

    I know where you go everybody you know
    I know everything that you do or say
    So when you tell lies I always be in your way
    I'm nobody's fool and I know all 'cause I know
    What I know

    You're in suspension you're a liar
    You're a liar
    You're a liar

    Lie lie lie lie lie lie liar
    Lie lie lie lie you liar lie lie lie
    I think you're funny you're funny ha ha
    I don't need it don't need your blah blah
    Should've realized I don't know what you are

    You're in suspension
    You're in suspension
    You're in suspension
    You're a liar
    You're a liar
    You're lie liar lie Writer/s: Glen Matlock, John Lydon, Paul Thomas Cook, Stephen Philip Jones
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Royalty Network, Songtrust Ave, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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  • Ziggy Vicious from London, United KingdomIt's Malcolm McLaren, not McClaren
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