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Some people lie for no reason
Some just tell lies for fun
Some lie because they’re selfish
And don’t care if they hurt any one

Some lie to be unfaithful
Some lie to get something on sale
And all they crooked politicians
Lie to cover up their trail

Face book violating our privacy
Lie and say it’s for our protection
And if you only complain to them
You lose your account or face suspension

Every one of us is liars
And I don’t care who you are
Doctors, priest, or teachers
Governments and movie star

Sometimes you will have to lie
When you don’t use commonsense
Like to get out of $250 ticket
So you won’t lose your license

Some liars is like alcohol addition
They are always recovering.
When they get caught they cry
Saying sorry, but they still do it again

But if you don’t want to be lie to
Ask no question in the first place
Cause don’t matter what they tell you
You know they lying to your face

When liars do speak the truth
No one will ever believe them
Even if they swear they’re honest
And they really have a problem

Remember the boy who cries wolf
To get every one out their home
That’s how liars without consciences
Will always find their self being alone

Some knows how to strengthen a lie
By mixing a little truth in there
Showing you they only have $ 2 dollars
Saying man can you buy me a beer?

Sometimes you have no choice
So telling a little white lie is ok
Like when you owing the light bill
And need a little more time to pay

As long as you’re not hurting no one
Then is your own purgative
But if your lies are spreading rumors
Then that will be very derogative

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