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For your next trick, I'll volunteer
You can be quick, I'll disappear
And as for your questions:
I bite my lip to beat you
In proper position
I never had much to lose

All you are is all you got
I tell the truth; I lie a lot
Come on and stay
Come on and start
I know the way
I know it's the hardest part

You have always got a smile beneath your sneer
Even when I'm coming down, you make it clear
So what else could I do?
I hold my breath and shoot through
Your friends talk about you
I'm sorry, what can I do?

All you are is all you got
I tell the truth; I lie a lot
Come on and stay
Come on and start
I know the way
I know it's hard

All you are is all you got
I tell the truth; I lie a lot
Come on and stay
Come on and start
I know the way
I know it's the hardest part

You miss all the stars
When you look for the lights
Tell me, would you die
For all the songs you write?
I watch you just like a TV show

All you are is all you got
I tell the truth; I lie a lot
Come on and stay
Come on and start
I know the way
I know it's hard

All you are is all you got
I tell the truth; I lie a lot
Come on and stay
Come on and start
I know the way
I know it's hard

All you are is all you got
And I confess, I lie a lot
Yes, all you are is all you got
It's all you got



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