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I Believe In Me lyrics

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Mötley Crüe – I Believe In Me lyrics

Woke early this morning at the crack of dawn
Wiped the clouds from my eyes
Couldn't sleep a wink, cause the things you said
Were hangin' heavy on my mind
You turn and walk away, when I've got talkin' to do
You think you know it all, well I got news for you
You can be the branch, I'll be the tree
You give me your advice, then tell me it ain't free
You belive in you now baby I'll believe in me
Never had a doubt 'till you come my way
Now I'm feelin' borrowed and blue
Wouldn't know your ass from a hole in the ground
You could learn a thing or two
You tell me that you're right, when I know that I am
You bend the rules, just to break them time and again
You can be the candle, I'll always be the flame
Don't tell me that I can't, didn't ask you if I can
You believe in you now baby I'll believe in me
You turn and walk away when I got talkin' to do
You think you know it all, well I got news for you

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