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Chad Cromwell drums
Bob Glaub bass
Rami Jaffee keyboards
Jay Joyce guitar
Radney Foster vocals/acoustic guitar
Mike McAdam guitar


You got your arguments all in a line
I've got my reasons nose to tail
The last hope of innocence got torn to shreads this time
You hate the memories and I'm cursing each detail
I've got a picture and you've got a photograph
We both see what we want to see
I've got a picture of you trying to shove me out
Looks like to you I'm trying to leave
Each little broken piece of what we thought was fine
Is laid out for all the world to see
We've sold off everything that wasn't yours or mine
But we'll never satisfy the monster that we're feeding
I've got a picture and you've got a photograph
We both see what we want to see
I've got a picture of you trying to shove me out
Looks like to you I'm trying to leave
You won't get the chance to prove who's right or wrong
You just get the chance to prove what's gone

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I've got a picture and you've got a photograph
We both see what we want to see
I've got a picture of you trying to shove me out
Looks like to you I'm trying to leave
Looks like to you I'm trying to leave



From Radney Foster "See What You Want To See"
Arista (Unreleased CD)
Polygram Intl/St Julien Music(ASCAP)



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