Paloma FaithBlack & Blue

I know a man who fills his emptiness With strangers I know a girl who drinks herself to Sleep at night You can't change her I know people who use chat rooms as Confessionals I know down and outs who once were, Once they were professionals Wipe it off your sleeve Your superiority Don't roll your eyes my sweet I know a single mother who loses Her mind On weekends She pleads with lady luck on scratch Cards with money lent to her By old friends I know people who take midnight Drives for head space I know they'd give for just one Loving embraces Wipe it off your sleeve Your superiority Don't roll your eyes my sweet We're just the same We all get desperate sometimes Feeling black and blue I know you'll find it hard To accept it sometimes We all feel black and we feel blue Wipe it off your sleeve Your superiority Don't roll your eyes my sweet I know a rich man who has everything You could wish for But children I know an old lady who talks a lot but Could teach you If you listen I know people who believe in gods and demons I know ones who think there's nothing There at all Wipe it off your sleeve Your superiority Don't roll your eyes my sweet We're just the same We all get desperate sometimes Feeling black and blue I know you'll find it hard To accept it sometimes We all feel black and we feel blue Wipe it off your sleeve Your superiority Don't roll your eyes my sweet Wipe it off your sleeve Your superiority Don't roll your eyes my sweet.
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