Indian Rope

Album: Forever: The Singles (1991)
Charted: 57
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  • When we were wrong we had no right
    Who am I to fade away
    Sometimes I can tell you what does it mean
    Who am I to question why
    Who am I?

    We come together
    Follow the signs
    Have you seen the size of mine?
    You take the blame
    And I'll take the pain
    Who am I to sometimes say
    There seems a better way

    You missed a good one

    Give me a break
    You wish you never saw them saved
    You take the fame
    And I'll take the blame
    Who am I to sometimes say
    There seems a better way

    When I was wrong we had no right
    Who am I to fade away
    Sometimes I can tell you what does it mean
    Who am I to question why
    Who am I? Writer/s: MARTIN VICTOR BLUNT, ROB COLLINS, TIMOTHY ALLAN BURGESS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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