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Rick Springfield – The Liar lyrics

Back from the crowd stood I
As you moved up to the stage
Catching the singer's eye
Looking older than your age
Then I couldn't help thinking and remember when
You hated rock and roll
I'm the loser

You're the liar, liar
Rock and roller
You're the liar, liar
Star struck strummer
You're the liar, liar, ohhhh

Taking my heart each day
When you say you do no harm
How can I feel that way
With those strange men on your arm
Cause I do remember when your head was clear
And you didn't read those looks
I'm the loser

You're the liar, liar
Rock and roller
You're the liar, liar
Star struck strummer
You're the liar, liar, ohhhh

And I couldn't help seeing when your friends arrived
They weren't sniffing from a cold
I'm the loser

Liar, liar, liar, liar
Liar, liar, liar, liar
Liar, liar, liar, liar
Liar, liar, liar, liar

And I recall that overhearing someone say
You're a working girl as well
I'm the loser again

You're the liar, liar
Rock and roller
You're the liar, liar
Star struck strummer
You're the liar, liar, ohhhh

You're the liar, liar, liar
You're the liar, liar, liar
You're the liar, liar, liar
You're the liar



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