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I Can't Stop Sinning (It Pays Too Well) lyrics

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The Devil's Twins – I Can't Stop Sinning (It Pays Too Well) lyrics

Well my bills are piling up and I can't afford the truth.
So I'm stealing all the lies and I'm hiding it from you.
I know just what kind of trouble that I'm getting myself in,
But you know what they say about a sin...

It pays so well.

I can't stop sinning, it pays to well.

I ain't talking about a crime where you do alittle time.
Tell my mother I'll be fine as I learn to walk the line.

I know just what kind of trouble that I'm getting myself in
But you know what they say about a sin...

It pays so well.



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