[Verse 1] Started out as a local love Nothing really physical I fell, nice and clean, the way you portrayed yourself to me Through that screen, I wanted to believe everything And then this local love went beyond the insular You took me for an 8-year ride though you were never by my side I always wanted to believe Now this is what I'm questioning
[Chorus] As if you couldn't tell, I'm mad as hell I won't forget, so why should I forgive? Supply me with one reason why, boy?
[Verse 2] The war rolled on and on, I left that land my home We watched your hair go grey, that stressful manly shade You wore it well, no one could tell the situation was hell But lies shone in your eyes As you were the first in line to use those bugs up high The coward's weapon of choice But you got that winner's smile And you know how to leave ‘em moist We can never know the hands we're in, until we feel them grip Choking off our air supply, but I don't cry Every day I look, every day I see That good war music still getting written for me
[Outro] As if you couldn't tell, I'm mad as hell I won't forget, so why should I forgive? No, not as long as we both shall live
As if you couldn't tell, I'm mad as hell I won't forget, so why should I forgive? No, not as long as we both shall live
These vital lies just don't come in my size
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In The Beatles "When I'm 64," Paul McCartney asks a woman if she'll still be there for him when he's 64. In 2006, he got his answer when shortly before his 64th birthday, he and Heather Mills separated.