Juveniles

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  • You're with someone else
    Tomorrow night
    Doesn't matter to me

    'Cause there's a sun dying
    Into the hill
    You got all I need

    You pulled a blanket across my eyes
    It's a tragedy
    Take a lonely look, for my sake
    It's a tragedy

    Oh country air
    Is good for me
    No matter whose side I'm on

    Let these dead leaves
    Dry in the sun
    I'll be up and gone

    There's a stranger outside
    Oh Lord!
    He's a wiser man than I
    Oh Lord

    I am a good man
    By any count
    And I see better things to come

    Could she be right?
    When she repeats
    I am the lucky one

    You're one of us
    Or one of them
    You're one of us
    Or one of them

    You're one of us
    Or one of them
    You're one of us
    Or one of them

    You're one of us
    Or one of them Writer/s: JAMES HAMILTON LEITHAUSER, MATTHEW FREDERICK BARRICK, PAUL C. MAROON, PETER M. BAUER, WALTER R. MARTIN
    Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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