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Richard Hawley – Naked In Pitsmoor lyrics

I left my life somewhere behind, my screwed up eyes don't seem to shine
Since the day you said goodbye, I just don't seem to try, it's true
Oh it's so true
What have you done to me baby?
I'm just wasted and wake in the morning and get up screaming

You gave your light to someone new, like an arrow runs away from you
Cast your stone into the fire, now feet don't walk and I'm so tired, it's true
So true
What have you done to me baby?
Oh these days just break me
And now I'm wasted and wake in the morning and get up screaming

I left my life somewhere behind, my screwed up eyes don't seem to shine
Since the day you said goodbye, I just can't seem to try, it's true
So true
What have you done to me baby?
Oh the days just break me
What have you done to me baby?
Don't run from me lady

What have you done to me baby?



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