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A window left open and the pillow is soaking wet
Who says love ever comes without tolls?
She sends no kindness, no words of regret when she put the fork in the road
There's a ring with a diamond missing
It was lost in the backseat of a car
There's a dollar on the floor in the kitchen
Christmas lights blinking on a long dead tree in the parlour
Cheaters never prosper
Cheaters never win
Cheaters never prosper
Cheaters never win
Cheaters never prosper
Cheaters never win
Long hair, big eyes and she always needs money
Did I find her or was she the one who chose?
I wanna drown like a fly in the honey
And she stole the blush from the rose
Long hair, big eyes and she always needs money
Did I find her or was she the one who chose?
I wanna drown like a fly in the honey because she stole the blush from the rose
Because she stole the blush from the rose
She stole the blush from the rose
Because she stole the blush from the rose
Because she stole the blush from the rose, from the rose, from the rose, from the rose, from the rose



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