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You've been tryin', very heard
Now this time you've gone too far
Your performance perfect
In every way--perfect!
I hear rumors all around
Contracts and lawyers
And champagne downtown
Tell me what you think
You want me to do
I've been always fair with you
Turning on me
After all we've been through
You want trouble then that's just
The way it will be


You're caught up in the power
A blue magical maze
Now the circle is broken
In a spellbinding rage
Better see if you're holdin'
The wrong edge of the blade


If it's sharp, if it cuts
Enjoy yourself



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    sp122Mar 19, 2010 at 6:25 pm
    Obviously, Edge of The Blade is about when Steve Perry and Sherrie Swafford had their almost falling out in 1983, which was a week spent apart, and he wrote this because he was annoyed that he had been so nice (bought her house, car, paid bills) and she completely left because she wasn't happy.

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