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She Don't Believe In Fairy Tales lyrics

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by Rodney Crowell / Beth Nielsen Chapman
From Jon Randall "Cold Coffee Morning" Unreleased CD
Elektra / Asylum Records 1999

She close that door
She left the key
She won't be back again
She don?t believe in fairy tales
She read that book she changed the end
She won't be back again
She don't believe in fairy tales
King of broken hearts knight in shinning armor
I can ill afford
You could never charm her
Now she pulled the sword out of that stone
She'd rather be alone
She don't believe in fairy tales

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King of broken hearts knight in shinning armor
I can ill afford
You could never charm her
Say I love you but that won't do
Unless the words are true
She don't believe in fairy tales
She don't believe in fairy tales



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