WE WON'T DISCUSS IT You laid in my arms I took your tears in my chest Now I'm someone we won't discus My paycheck once supported your children I've paid your debts Now I'm someone we won't discus When your daughter disobeyed and talked back I stood by your side and fought back Now I'm someone we won't discus There were women I loved But I stayed - they would say goodbye Now I'm someone we won't discus Falsely accused - You'd agree When I complained - I should be shamed Because I'm someone we won't discus Told my friends I was crazy Told my family I was insane You'll persevere Because you love me just so dear You've made me out to be so bad - and I have only been so good Now you found someone else to love - and I am to blame But that is something we won't discus But I say You've used a good man - and that's a sin Someday - this will all be discussed By: Roger Harkness
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