You Must


Do you see what you've done; you always say you will change,
That this is the last time; you said that the first time,
Her name is like sweet velvet, written all over you,
You can't hide the lust in your eyes,
You must, you must, and I say you must,
Rain all over me, when your rain comes pouring down,
You can no longer hide what's been seen,
Your shade will disappear,
When your rain finally comes pouring down,
You lied, while I cried
I know, she has you,
Our fire is gone, blown out by the wind,
Diamonds stolen in the night, like my heart breaks,
and you're the thief,
You call her name in your sleep,
You can't hide the lust in your voice,
You must, you must, and I say you must

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