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I CAN'T WATCH THE MOVIE ANYMORE (Jerry Foster / Bill Rice) Bobby Bare - 1979 Susan Raye - 1984 Sittin' on the back row of some ol' picture show There's no villian and no hero I see life personified upon a silver screen Then there's nothin', what does that mean I've seen love all crumpled up like some old popcorn box Lyin' used and wasted on the floor I know the way the story ends And I can't watch the movie anymore I've seen men and women love Then move across the stage changin' partners What does that say Lives and love get tangled up And someone has to go without a reason Look what that does I've seen love just melt away like ice inside a cup Without a taste of what it was before I know the way the story ends And I can't watch the movie anymore Everything in life is like a re-run Who am I to orchestrate the score I've seen enough and felt too much to see it all again And I can't watch the movie anymore (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - October 2010)

    


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