Bitter Rivals

Album: Bitter Rivals (2013)
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    It was the best of times
    It was the worst of times
    I had to kill the new sheriff in town
    She was gonna try to keep me
    You go-go down
    You go-go down
    In a dream you will never be down
    Some how
    Some how
    Another way to make the picture clearer
    Point a gun
    At the mirror
    Heart's so dark, make dirt look clean
    So clean
    So clean
    Don't kick
    Don't scream
    But at the end
    I can only be
    No rhyme
    No reason
    Be not afraid
    Be not afraid
    Be not

    You are my bitter rival
    But I need you for survival
    You are my bitter rival
    But I need you for survival
    You are my bitter rival
    But I need you for survival
    You are my bitter rival
    But I need you for survival

    It was the best of times
    It was the worst of times
    I had to kill the new sheriff in town
    She was gonna try to keep me
    You go-go down
    You go-go down
    In a dream you will never be down
    Some how
    Some how
    Lay a hand on me
    Lay a hand on you
    Lay a hand on me
    Lay a hand
    Heart's so dark, make dirt look clean
    So clean
    So clean
    Convicts
    Convicts
    East to West
    The answer is yes
    No rhyme
    No reason
    Be not afraid
    Be not afraid
    Be not

    You are my bitter rival
    But I need you for survival
    You are my bitter rival
    But I need you for survival
    You are my bitter rival
    But I need you for survival
    You are my bitter rival
    But I need you for survival Writer/s: DEREK MILLER, SYDNEY ALEXIS KRAUSS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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