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There was a time I call before
When all I knew was what I saw
The keeper of a major key
I lived in a town called Liberty

I worked hard
To give you all the things that you need
And almost anything that you see
I spent a lifetime working on you
And you won't even talk to me

Can't you see
Why don't you look at me
It's not your right to be
So much my enemy

I knew that I could never give
You knew that you could not forgive
No price or pride would fall before
A ten foot wall without a door

But you know
I watch every step that you make
To find some other fool you can take
And I don't know why I even try
Because it all comes down to this

Can't you see
Why don't you look at me
It's not your right to be
So much my enemy

Can't you see
Why don't you look at me
It's not your right to be
So much my enemy

I worked hard
To give you all the things that you need
And almost anything that you see
I spent a lifetime working on you
And you won't even talk to me
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written by HOOK, PETER/GILBERT, GILLIAN LESLEY/MORRIS, STEPHEN PAUL DAVID/SUMNER, BERNARD (GB 2)
Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.