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Author Name: PremiumSunset 1 Comments
Date Added: November 14, 2013 11:11:36 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Free Verse
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The Epic Battle Between Gambler Vs. The Lyon
You know I got a problem, yeah
& Girls you know you're my solution
If I could just give up all this fame
We wouldn't have to play these silly games
 
My struggle for you seems so hard
But maybe I'm thinking it's me
I'll try to learn the game and understand you
Or should I just leave you all be?
 
These things I will never understand
How can some of us get all of you
& The rest can't
Girls if you only knew how big this heart is
 
 
You know I got a problem, yeah
& Girls you know you're my solution
If I could just give up all this fame
We wouldn't have to play these silly games

Every time I talk to one of you, you're taken
Or are you just trying to be nice
Either way I am mistaken for something I'm not
Either way I end up paying the price
 
Maybe the pick up life isn't for me
If not how will I find the one?
She's not appearing out of the blue
Girl just know that I need you 
 
You know I got a problem, yeah
& Girls you know you're my solution
If I could just give up all this fame
We wouldn't have to play these silly games
 
I'm tired of these lonely nights
I'm tired of writing the same songs about these girls
Who don't even care
This pain I can no longer bear
 
But I know a fever always gets worse before it gets better
It is most quiet before the storm
God only helps those who helps themselves
No matter what I will endure this weather
 
You know I got a problem, yeah
& Girls you know you're my solution
If I could just give up all this fame
We wouldn't have to play these silly games
 
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeBarbara Demasson on November 14, 2013 01:52:02 PM Report

Life as an artist? No roots or firm relationships? These lyrics make it sound lonely, yes indeed.

 

~Barbara D.~ 





 


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