Dirty Lie

Album: Put Your Needle Down (2014)
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  • Time'll tell the seeds I sow
    Got into trouble but you just don't know
    You thought you had me
    You're wondering why
    Whosoever told you
    Told a dirty lie

    Now I'm leaving, what can you do?
    Who made you think I wanna be with you
    I never settle, I never cry
    And whosoever told you
    Told a dirty lie

    Already I'm winning the game
    Your heart's gonna break
    And it's a crying shame
    A lesson learned a long time ago
    I make sure I take it with me when I go

    You'll be alone when the sun goes down
    Toss your name in the list and found
    I never loved you baby
    My oh my
    And whosoever told you
    Told a dirty lie Writer/s: Bob Dylan, Laura Elizabeth Rogers, Lydia Lane Rogers
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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