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I was the boy with the flash clothes
She was the girl with the acid stare
I saw her at the place
You knows she knows you know
How she shakes
When she jacks her body
To the sounds of Oran Juice Jones
And Jocelyn Brown

Oh spread your wings
Before they fall apart
Home is where the hurt is darlin'
Follow your heart

So she walks into this dead end bar
Sticks her handbag
On the chair
So she walks into this dead end bar
Puts hers handbag on the chair
And she waits
For words we shared
When we were 15 and still cared
Cos she feels I'm a scar from the wound that time can't heal
And I said
Don't let your dreams out of your head
Stick it to the man instead
Don't fool your heart
Lying about the fears that you had back then

Did you try to change your life
Did you ever try to change your life
You repeat and repeat and repeat
Now what's up with that

Now she loves somebody else
In flash clothes
She was the girl with the acid stare
And now she paid to have
One of those

And she weighs the word she says
And she knows
You exist
Now she feels I'm the scar from the wound that time can't heal

Oh spread your wings
Before they fall apart
Home is where the hurt is darlin
Follow your heart

Spread your wings
Before they fall apart
Home is where the hurt is darlin
Follow your heart



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