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LYING'S WRONG
By Tim Vesely and Martin Tielli
On the album "Melville"
Transcribed by: Aaron Albert (northernwish@home.com)
 
           A
Oh well, I could not believe
       D              A
The misfortune that beset me
         D          A                 E
When you came to my door and said "No more."
        A              E
No more fun, no more believing.
        D               A
No more comrade in this war. 
       D            A             E
I knew you'd become sick of me anyway.
 
          D     A              E          A
Because I never change... I am always the same,
          D                A              E
Because I don't believe in things I can't see.
          D     A              E          A
Because I never change... I am always the same,
          D                A                   E
Because I don't believe in things that are not true.
 
Well, it's back to the creek 
With these things and their reflections,
And there is nothing here that says it's not here.
No more words, no contradiction.
No more hypacrylic dreams.
I NEVER DID BELIEVE IN ROCK AND ROLL ANYWAY.
 
Because I never change... I am always the same,
Because I don't believe in things I can't see.
Because I never change... I am always the same,
Because I don't believe in things that are not true.
 
    G      D              A
And mother said, "Lying's wrong."
 
            A                    E
And if your right hand makes you stumble...
         D                A
Pluck it off and throw it from you,
         A              E           D  A
For it's better to have lost one.
        A                   E
If your right eye makes you blink,
         D                       A
Pluck it out and throw it in the kitchen sink,
         A              E       A
For it's better to have lost... one.