Tattoos in Mayberry
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They rock 'n' rolled you.
they bought 'n' sold you.
Then, they tossed you in the back of a car.
First they created you.
They then gold-plated you.
They played you like a drunk at the bar.
They really loved you.
They God aboved you.
They said brother, sister, you shall go far.
They switched 'n' baited you.
they gypped 'n' jaded you,
for vying' to be a rock 'n' roll star...

They flocked to flatter you,
so they could scatter you.
Some blind loyalties can leave a fresh scar.
Your song's been charted,
all broken hearted.
they bought you a new limousine car.
'Twas purchased only,
cuz you were lonely
from the burn of bein' a rock superstar...

They rock 'n' rolled you.
They bought 'n' sold you.
They rock 'n' rolled you.
They hot 'n' cold you.
They rock 'n' rolled you,
but no one told you,
The songs that shook you
snuck up 
and took you
down hard,
so very hard.

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