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What you heard is true.
The disappointing truth
Cause I don't like to lose
Shame on me shame on me
Promises I made and bills I never paid
Another missed birthday
Shame on me, shame on me
Bridges that I burned and lovers that I hurt
Lessons never learned
Shame on me shame on me
Hey I'm not trying to be perfect
It's not like it's worth it
Everyone hurts the same
Hey I'm not trying to be special
Cause I aint no angle
Everyone hurts the same
What a shame
I repeat my words
Sometimes they seem rehearsed
And I speak out of term
Shame on me shame on me
(Chours)
Bridges that I burned and lovers that I hurt
Lessons never learned
Shame on me shame on me
Hey I'm not trying to be perfect
It's not like it's worth it
Everyone hurts the same
Hey I'm not trying to be special
Cause I aint no angle
Everyone hurts the same
What a shame
That were hiding underneath our skin
And were scared to let somebody in
Nobody showed us how to live
Or how to be perfect
It's not like it's worth it
Hey I'm not trying to be perfect
It's not like it's worth it
Everyone hurts the same
Hey I'm not trying to be special
Cause I aint no angle
Everyone hurts the same
What a shame
I'm not trying to be perfect
It's not like it's worth it
Everyone hurts the same
Hey I'm not trying to be special
Cause I aint no angle
Everyone hurts the same
What a shame.



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