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(B. Rush)

Lying there in the dark
Afraid that I'm crazy
Try to figure out just what was real
And what you were faking

Your whispers' like claps of thunder
Tell me that I'm burned
My heart's lying in pools all over
And you're not even concerned

You're still there when my eyes are open
You're still there when my eyes are closed
Some people just live on with a broken heart
It's just another risk in the game

Murder, it's murder
Oh you got to, got to come back, baby

Eat in a lonely diner
Lie in the glow of T.V.
Words from your lips fell like a string of pearls
Just pretty lies

You're still there when my eyes are open
You're still there when my eyes are closed
Some people just live on with a broken heart
It's just another risk in the game

Murder, it's murder
Oh you got to, got to come back, baby

You're still there when my eyes are open
You're still there when my eyes are closed
Some people just live on with a broken heart
It's just another risk in the game

Murder, it's murder
Oh you got to, got to come back, baby

Amundo Music/Dangerous Music ASCAP



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