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Mistake the Enemy
by Jim Sturgess

Ya need something to believe in,
Hold her steady as a tree.
Well then pick your faith, they're up for takes
You're changing with the wind.
So you yap your trap for Jesus
Say hes gonna set ya free.
Hes been down before
Well ya missed his call
Well ya bent down on your knees.
So don't talk to yourself
And don't talk to me,
There's a river running through it
The Devil's not my enemy.
So you scratched the eyes of Buddha
Tore his belly for your sins,
If that slender line don't help the mind
But changes you again.
So you tapped the smack for romance
Now it is your steady job,
If your nerves and veins can take the pain
Then our hats are taken off.
So don't talk to yourself
And don't talk to me,
There's a river running through it
The Devil's not my enemy.
So don't talk to yourself
And don't talk to me,
If there's poison in the maker
Don't mistake the enemy.
Well you're calling out again
The angel screaming out for some new friends.
Signed, sealed, and delivered
Brought right to your door.
'Cause the remedy is not the enemy
You're looking for
You're looking for.
I don't see you as a wise man
Cause no wrinkles on your skin
If you operate just takes away
The fable from the kin
And I failed to see a profit
In a man with angry rules
If that bitter pill can make you kill
It don't put me in the mood.
So don't talk to yourself
And don't talk to me,
There's a river running through it
The Devil's not my enemy.
So don't talk to yourself
And don't talk to me,
If there's poison in the maker
Don't mistake the enemy.
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