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Well she cries and she cries all night to the sound of the freeway hum
And she swears she'll be gone when the sun hits the ground
And she ain't coming back to my cell, to my cell

Well she's tired and she's tired of this life she's been leading too long
And the time turns around through these walls that surround to the chimes of a jailers song
Oh but in my four, in my four, in my four, my four walled world
In my four, in my four, in my four, my four walled world

And she tries and she tries but my feet that just won't leave the ground
And I'm tired and I'm tired of this prisoner's life and these chains that drag me down
Oh but in my four, in my four, in my four, my four walled world
In my four, in my four, in my four, my four walled world

And she cries and she cries all night to the sound of the freeway hum
And she swears she'll be gone when the sun hits the ground
And she ain't, no she ain't coming back to my cell
And now the sun is low, these walls try to break my soul
And now the moon is full and I won't see nothing tonight but the tear in her eyes
In my four, in my four walled world, in my four walled word, in my four, in my four, in my four, in my four walled world
In my four walled world, in my four, in my four walled world, in my four, in my four walled world
In my four walled world, in my four, in my four walled world, in my four, in my four, in my four walled world
In my four walled world



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