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Cement
by Washington

So what I said is what I said and what you said is what you meant.
And when you left my house in the morning
You wrote your message on the cement.
You put the letters and the numbers on the people's feet.
You took all of the dealings and feelings and wrote them on the street.

And everybody, everybody, everybody knows.
And when I went outside and I saw it I froze.
You put my secret and your secret on the people's feet.
Ah, you remembered what I said, and you wrote it on the fucking concrete.

So what we do is what we do for me and you not everyone.
But outside in the night you were busy writing down what we had done.
You seemed alright last night, but now I know that I was wrong.

And everybody, everybody, everybody knows.
And when I went outside and I saw it I froze.
You put my secret and your secret on the people's feet.
Ah, you remembered what I said, and you wrote it on the fucking concrete.

And I guess you know how people talk,
But it's only words and it's only chalk.
And I'll feel better maybe when we get some weather.

And everybody, everybody, everybody knows.
And when I went outside and I saw it I froze.
Ah, you remembered what I said, and you wrote it on the street - No no no no.
I guess you know.
But it's only words, and it's only talk,
Oh it's only words and it's only chalk.
I guess you know how people talk.

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