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You don't care about nothing
So you don't care about love
If you want me to come back
You'd better change
You'd better give up talking about money

Begin thinking of love
If you want me to come back
You'd better change
You'd better change for the better

It cost more than dollars and cents
Take it from me, there's got to be
An end to this decadence
This decadence

You don't care about people
So you don't care about pain
If you want me to come back
You'd better change
You'd better change for the better

Start using some common sense
Take it from me, there's got to be

An end to this decadence
For decadence is fatal
It's the beginning of the end
In self-defense

I cannot recommend this decadence
You don't care about real life
You're too distant and strange
If you want me to come back
You'd better change for the better

It may be rather intense
Stop this caprice, you've got to cease
This fin-de-siecle pretence

For decadence is fatal
It's the beginning of the end
In consequence
I cannot recommend

This decadence
This decadence
This decadence
This decadence



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