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Sara Haze – Counterfeit Halo lyrics

I thought that I was so damn smart
Must have had a bulls eye on my heart
But you can bet I'll know better next time
I thought that you were heaven sent
I thought you had the best intentions
But it was only a facesod and now I know...

So I guess it's crash and learn...
Everybody has their turn to love and burn
So baby don't change a thing...
You can keep your dime store wings
And that counterfeit halo

You should have a golden globe
Take an academy award home
Self directed, self produced, self cast
In the starring role
That hero smile can't hide your villain eyes anymore

So I guess it's crash and learn...
Everybody has their turn to love and burn
So baby don't change a thing...
You can keep your dime store wings
And that counterfeit halo

Learning, fighting, falling, silent screaming calling, mending breaking, Still a lie!

So I guess it's crash and learn
Everybody has their turnnnn to love and burn
So I guess it's crash and learn...
Everybody has their turn to love and burn
So baby don't change a thing...
You can keep your dime store wings
And that counterfeit halo, that counterfeit halo...



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