Face Without A Soul

Album: Spare Parts (1969)
  • She's a face without a soul
    This lady's heart is gold
    She's a face without a soul
    This lady's heart is gold

    Though her hands are cool they'll burn
    You may kiss her but you'll have to take your turn
    In her life you're just another bird in the sky
    When she says you must be ready to fly
    Ready to fly, up and fly away

    She's a face without a soul
    This lady's heart is gold
    She's a face without a soul
    This lady's heart is gold

    This lady has no love
    Herself, perhaps, is who she puts above
    Everything, and of course, everyone
    Knows this lady thinks she's number one
    Number one, yes the only one

    She's a face without a soul
    This lady's heart is gold
    She's a face without a soul
    This lady's heart is gold

    She's gonna fall on her face someday
    Find other men for her games to play
    I'm gonna make sure everyone knows
    What she is trying to do

    She's a face without a soul
    This lady's heart is gold
    She's a face without a soul...Writer/s: FRANCIS DOMINIC MICHAEL NICOLA ROSSI, RICHARD JOHN PARFITT
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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