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You call us heathens with zero respect for the law
We are only songwriters just writing our songs and that's all
We write what we live and we live what we write is that wrong
If you think it is Mr. Music Executive
Why don't you write your own songs
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And don't listen to mine,they might run you crazy
They might make you dwell on your feelings a moment too long
We're making you rich and you're already lazy
So just lay on your ass and get richer or write your own songs
Mr. Purified Country don't you know what the whole things about
Is your head up your ass so far that you can't pull it out
The world's getting smaller and everyone in it belongs
And if you can't see that Mr. Purified Country
Why don't you just write your own songs
Chorus.
So just lay on your ass and get richer or write your own songs



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  • U
    UnregisteredAug 30, 2012 at 6:28 pm
    This is my song it's called if
    i've heard about you before i wanted to know something more about how you'd take me if... I was... Rich and famous and had better clothes,had nice hair and painted toes
    well sorry i don't have... Big boobs tight pants and all of those i go out with actual clothes
    a t-shirt and pair of jeans i all i need
    there i've come clean now tell us about yours or are you going to ignore ...

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