I have a tale to tell
Sometimes it gets so hard to hide it well
I was not ready for the fall
Too blind to see the writing on the wall
A man can tell a thousand lies
Ive learned my lesson well
Hope I live to tell
The secret I have learned, till then
It will burn inside of me
Stand upYou've got to manageI won't sympathizeAnymoreAnd if you complain once moreYou'lll meet an army of meYou're alrightThere's nothing wrongSelf sufficience please!And get to workAnd if you complain once moreYou'll meet an army of meYou're on your own nowWe won't save youYour...
I just discovered this version of a pretty well known song today, thanks to a new friend, and the comments on his story from someone else. I am rather enraptured by it, I just love it and have listened to is numerous times already!! (You know me and acoustic guitar stuff, lol...
had is when you were still 19... We were swimming in the beach with our clothes on. You gave me shells and random rocks you see along the beach... Until now, I still have them :3 I kept it because it's memorable and it's from you :3
Hmmm. Or perhaps, that I do not feel compelled to project an image of myself through identification of associated music. While I very much enjoy a nice beat and melodious, intriguing lyrics, I've no need to keep up with the trends to verify and validate myself. In this...
I love this song! So very true...our bruise are something we all have in common...life bruises us all...but it does make for better conversation..
Sweet Kiester has a very cool version of this song that is partly in French posted that is well worth checking out!