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Brad Majors Once in a while, she don't want to call you
Speaking on the telephone
And once in your life, she won't want to know you
You look around
The one you've found, she is gone

And that's all the time that it takes
For a heart to turn to stone
The sweeter the wine
The harder to make the break
You hear something about someone
You'd thought you'd known

So baby don't cry like there's no tomorrow
After the night there's a brand new day
And there'll be no pain, and no more sorrow
So wash your face
And phone my place, it'll be OK

And that's all the time that it takes
For a heart to beat again
So give me a sign
That a lover makes
You look around
The one you've found is back again

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    UnregisteredFeb 15, 2014 at 1:03 am
    Through the bad times, there's always someone to help you get through it. For Brad, it was Frank, for Janet it was Rocky, for Riff Raff it was Dr. Everette Von Scott, and for Columbia it was her posters of Eddie. Even though they had a rough time, their "friends" helped them get through it. Frank let/had Brad do something Janet would never let Brad do, Janet got really upset with Brad so she did somethings with rocky that helped her to do something Brad wouldn't do with her, probably, until they're married and Dr. Scott helped Riff Raff feel better about how people fell about him, even if he was completely terrified while saying it. Anyway, we all have someone we go to for help during the bad times and this song completely sums it up.

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