BRUCE MARTONE


prisoner


Oh mama, mama she my guilding light
My dream come true tonight
And yes I wanna marry her
I'm think she'd say yes
but that was then, this is now
and my life is still a mess
cause I feel like a prisoner
Ever since I said I do
I feel like a prisoner
And I can't get away from you
So mama mama if she calls
Telling I'm not home
I went to the gym
I just want to be alone
Just for tonight
And I promise you
mama In the morning I'll make it right
Because I feel like a prisoner
Ever since I said I do
I feel like a prisoner
And there nothing I can do
Now mama, mama you were right
I guess I was blinden by her light
But still there nothing I can do
Because I feel like a prisoner
Ever since I met her
oh I feel like a prisoner
Ever since I said I do
I feel like a prisoner
And maybe she does to
oh i feel like a prisoner
and i can't get away from you
so mama, mama can i stay the night
and in the morning i'll make it right
and if she calls
tell her i'm not home
i just want to be alone
cause i feel like a prisoner
and i can't get away from you
oh i feel like a prisoner
and there nothing i can do
oh i feel like a prisoner
and maybe she does to.

Submitted: Thursday, April 29, 2010

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