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I’ve been gone a short time
But the desert makes a person age
Now I’ve got eyes in the back of my head
And my nerves are nearly frayed

You say I don’t laugh, not like I used to
You say where’s that boy, a year ago I said goodbye to

I’m still marching through a sandstorm
As thick as blood, as sharp as knives
My ears are ringing, I’m in battle
I’m watching buddies lose their lives

See, you can’t know the firestorm I’ve seen
And you can’t tell a nightmare from a dream

But Lie to me, Give one more blissful
Night to me, Let your morning kisses
Lie to me

You’ve been toasting to your freedom
The ignorant bliss I used to know
When you were shooting down tequila
I was lining up the dead in rows

We both know the fairy tale is over
But even so, how about one last night for this soldier

Lie to me, Give one more blissful
Night to me, Let your morning kisses
Lie to me

I didn’t have the grades for a university
With my diploma came a gun
With life and death at my fingertips
Now I must live with what I’ve done

We both know the innocence is gone
But even so, for one more night let's hold on

Lie to me, Give one more blissful
Night to me, Let your morning kisses

Lie to me, spend one more blissful
Night with me, with your morning kisses

Lie to me
How ‘bout one last night



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