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Sharon (I'm Holding One Dead Flower In My Hand)

Gary Sunshine on November 11, 2012 00:46

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    SHARON
    a song by gary sunshine

    What’s the point of living in the past?
    some things just weren’t ever meant to last
    I have heard smarter things than this

    Well some say you may never get your due
    you fell in love & knowing it was true
    something goes wrong you know you had it right

    Sharon
    something tells me you’ve just had a few
    Oh Sharon
    you look awfully nice tonight you do

    What’s the use in calling out your name?
    you turn your head you never look you walk away
    something goes wrong you know you got it right

    So was I the villain or was I the saint?
    evil, oh you’re too late
    please remove the poison from my dinner plate

    Oh Sharon
    something tells me you’re not listening
    Oh Sharon
    you’re the one who made the promises, begin

    One day I’m gonna go to the phone and see what you can bring it’ll ring, unanswered
    and no day I’m gonna look for no one you’ll see, to believe anything is terribly wonderful

    Sharon
    something tells me you’ve just had a few
    Oh Sharon, what’s with you?

    Some days I get caught up in my life
    spare me the songs of heartbreak, tonight
    put away that jagged pocketknife

    Sharon
    come on over and make me understand
    Sharon
    I’m holding one dead flower in my hand

    Here’s the band….

    The oldest, the oldest
    The oldest trick in the book, the oldest trick in the book

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