Just Like Me
She seemed almost demented As she frantically repented For the crime in which she filled her empty bowl, It was empty like her soul She kneeled inside the confession booth, And she told that holy man the truth But the booth was empty, Frozen black as coal, It was damp and cold. Where are you gonna run to now? You lost what faith you had somehow Your show is over, It's time to take a bow Where are you gonna run to now? She spends her nights with lonely men And she goes too far every now and then. But it's her longest running show And the oldest job around, They say she's the best in town. Where are you gonna run to now? You lost what pride you had somehow Your show is over, It's time to take a bow Where are you gonna run to now? Now in 5 more years she'll be 23 And in a lot of ways she's just like me She gives away her body, I give away my soul. We're always searching for life's treasures to unfold. We give it all to you Yet we have no pot of gold. So where are we gonna run to now? We lost what love we had somehow, We're on this one way highway Until the bitter end But where are we gonna run to then?
Written by: SHAWN MULLINS
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