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Magnum – Blood On Your Barbed Wire Thorns lyrics

Ya tell me that ya think it's over
Somethin's wrong it never fails
Call it just a premonition
Hammer in those rusty nails

Now you say your life's so empty
All dressed up and nowhere to go
You forgot that being friendly
It's for real & not just for show

Blood on your barbed wire thorns
Yeah yeah yeah
The dogs were howlin' on the day you were born
Yeah yeah yeah
Can't talk & say you lied
So how do you know
The mountains tumble & the river has died
Ok what a show

Now everybody needs attention
Don't you know it's been a while
Just how long have you been waitin'
To get you out of your exile

Speak about your superstition
Crucified by poverty
You're to blame for your decision
Won't give you no guarantee

Blood on your barbed wire thorns
Yeah yeah yeah
The dogs were howlin' on the day you were born
Yeah yeah yeah
Can't talk & say you lied
So how do you know
The mountains tumble & the river has died
Ok what a show

Behind the door that bears no name
Someone will call
Always in vain
Losin' your way is completely absurd
Ring of the phone discreetly unheard



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/m/magnum/blood_on_your_barbed_wire_thorns.html

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