You've got a famous last name But you're not to blame Baby, I see you for who you are...
You've got a famous last name But you're not to blame Baby, I see you for who you are A one-time apple queen And a one-time tramp And an old-time movie star You're a shell picker Of the pickiest kind But you always find the ones to keep And in or out of bed You keep you're head wide open 'Cause ya don't only dream when you're asleep Like a child, you remember But I forget all my dreams I used to think That someday I'd relax a little And be more like you Then I realized How silly that thought was Needed to stand in my own shoes And from over here I can see you cry Don't even try to pretend 'Cause he's hurt you So many times Baby, don't go back again Like a child, you forget But I remember everything and every sting And through all the games We'll both stay the same As we've always been Through the fat and thin Until the end Until the end
writers: DUNCAN BAXTER, MARK HEANEY, SIMON ROBIN DAVID JONES, DANIEL MCBEAN, SIMON TONG
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