The Truth

by Walter Egan

Walter Egan (born July 12, 1948, Jamaica, New York) is an American rock musician, best known for his 1978 gold status hit single "Magnet and Steel" from his album Not Shy, produced by Lindsey Buckingham and Richard Dashut. Egan used several well known L.A. players for his sessions and tours; John S…




The truth sometimes can be unkind
It can be brutal hurtful and mess with your mind
Just when you think you've got it all figured out
The truth comes along and tells you what it's all about
Sometimes the truth can be unkind

Oh the truth sometimes will let you down
It can be cruel make you a fool and push you around
Just when you think you're standing tall
The truth comes along and makes you feel so small
Sometimes the truth will let you down

Happiness used to be a kiss away
How I wish I could kiss you today
Oh baby you threw it all away

Happiness used to be a kiss away
How I wish I could kiss you today
Oh baby hear what I say
Oh my sweet baby
You threw it all away

Oh the truth I don't want to know

Written by: KIRK N BENNETT, CECILE CHARLTON, JAZZIQUE N CHIVERTON, PETER HARRISON, OWEN N RENNALS, C. N WHITE

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