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David Allan Coe – Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile lyrics

Mona Lisa lost her smile,
The painter's hands are trembling now.
And if she's out there running wild,
It's just because I taught her how.
The masterpiece that we had planned
Is laying shattered on the ground.
Mona Lisa lost her smile,
And the painter's hands are trembling now.
And the eyes that used to burn for me,
Now they no longer look my way.
And the love that used to be,
Why it just got lost in yesterday.
And if she seems cold to the touch
Well, there used to be a flame.
I gave too little, took too much,
'Till I erased the painter's name.
Mona Lisa lost her smile,
The painter's hands are trembling now.
And if she's out there running wild,
It's just because I taught her how.
The masterpiece that we had planned
Is laying shattered on the ground.
Mona Lisa lost her smile,
And the painter's hands are trembling now.
Mona Lisa lost her smile,
And the painter's hands are trembling now.
And if she's out there running wild,
It's just because I taught her how.
And the masterpiece that we had planned,
It's laying there shattered on the ground.
Mona Lisa lost her smile,
And the painter's hands are trembling now.



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