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I had a sweet thing going
On the high side of town
I tried to fit in her world
But it came crashing down

She was mine for awhile
She was so fine for awhile
Now I'm back to being wretched again
(Wretched again)

She really spoiled me rotten
She made me a kept man
Well, I miss my nights rockin'
(All night rockin')
Yeah, in her sweet hands

She was mine for awhile
I did my time with a smile
Now I'm back to being wretched again
(Wretched again)

Yeah, she really had her claws in me
Well, I had to just get back on the street
And down to the other side of the track
Right where I belong with the rest of the trash
And being wretched again
(Wretched again, wretched again)

We were the unlikely couple
And the word got around
That I was headed for trouble
(Ooh, big trouble)
Runnin' with the wrong crowd

I toed the line for awhile
And I lived high for awhile
And it was fine for awhile
Now I'm back to being wretched again
(Wretched, wretched again)

Yeah, it was fine for awhile
I did my time with a smile
She was so fine for awhile
Now I'm back to being wretched again
(Wretched, wretched again)
(Wretched, wretched again)



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