“I Am the Resurrection” by The Stone Rose

Don’t waste your words I don’t need anything from you. I don’t care where you’ve been or what you plan to do.

Turn, turn, I wish you’d learn
There’s a time and place for everything
I’ve got to get it through.
Cut loose ’cause you’re no use
I couldn’t stand another
Second in your company.

Stone why can’t you see
You’re a no one nowhere washed up baby
Who’d look dead.

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