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(Brewster-Eccles-Amanda Brewster)
When you're on your knees in broken glass
When you're stuck on speed
And it goes too fast
When your body lies down to sleep
All the remedies in the world
Won't make it last
Did you see someone that you recognised
In the looking glass, someone else's eyes
Shut your mind and pray
This is your judgement day
Behind the stonewall
On the wrong side of the law
Behind the stonewall
You know the score
Gonna cost twice as much
If you wanna try to keep in touch
Behind the stonewall y' don't belong anymore
Did you see someone that you recognised
In the looking glass, someone else's eyes
Did you cry out in the night
Did it carry your fears away like a loaded dice
Shut your eyes and pray
This is your judgement day
It ain't easy to fade away
Behind the stonewall
On the wrong side of the law
Behind the stonewall
You know the score
Gonna cost twice as much
If you wanna try to keep in touch
Behind the stonewall y' don't belong anymore
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