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Well, it comes as no surprise,
Don't you realize you can't back up deceit with more sad alibis
Because you never are to blame, drivin' you insane cause
When your words are gone the damage still remains
You don't wanna believe that you're human just like me
(By blaming me you gain control)
I'm not the enemy
(You want a scapegoat for your crimes)
You're just like me, me, me
And I'm not the enemy
You're just like me

It seems impossible to me,
A tragic comedy that I'm the villain in your twisted fantasy
But to me it's not a game drivin' me insane,
We're all just victims in your sinister charade

You don't wanna believe that you're human just like me
(By blaming me you gain control)
And I'm not the enemy
(You want a scapegoat for your crimes)
You're just like me, me, me
And I'm not the enemy
You're just like me

You don't wanna believe cause you're human just like
You're human just like me
(By blaming me you gain control)
I'm not the enemy
(You want a scapegoat for your crimes)
You're just like me, me, me
And I'm not the enemy, you're just like me, me, me



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