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(ron wood, rod stewart, ian mclagan, 1973)Take me like you find meDon’t try to change meYou know better than thatTake me as you see meDon’t try to hide meI ain’t used to thatShout it out loudPut a bomb in a crowdIf I got something to sayThere’s nothing that can stop meI can’t let it layIf I have to fall on my headEvery night of the weekIt’s gonna be my fault,No one elseIf everything goes wrongWhen I’m singing my songIt’s gonna be my faultAnd no one elseThere ain’t nothing you can do about itI’ve sat and thought it over,Don’t try to help meI was just born this way,Yes I was born this wayI ain’t gonna change for nobody,Never, never gonna changeSo if everything goes wrongAnd I drink all nightIt’s gonna be my faultAnd no one elsePeople don’t change just over nightIt ain’t natural, so don’tBreak it kindly,Don’t hypnotize meI just won’t understandTake me like you find meDon’t try to change meYou know better than thatOh don’t you know better than thatOh don’t you know better than thatSay I’m just a fool, that’s alrightNever try to change meOr rearrange me, oh yeah

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