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Paul Weller – Empty Ring lyrics

Careful not to end a fight with no one
Still battling on when all your enemies are gone
Making you look dumb and stupid
In an empty ring

What would it matter to you
If the parts you always planned was right there in your hand
But no one there to see you land
In an empty ring

The taste of fear and fortune
The smell of toil and sweat
But if a crowd ain't there to see it
It's just another memory, just another memory
In an empty ring, empty ring

Words of wisdom fail you
In the time it takes to fall
But if a crowd ain't there to see it
It's just another memory, just another memory
In an empty ring, empty ring

With a world to listen to ya
Still rattling on when all the war is won
You just don't know when to give up, do you?
In an empty ring, empty ring



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