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Edgar Winter's White Trash

You were my light
Ever since the first day
That I met you
I knew that I could not forget you

And though all your friends said
You are no good for me
All they had to give
Was their sympathy

They say I'm not the man
That I used to be
I guess that's the way
That it had to be

'Cause you were my light
My wrong and my right
You were my sight
My day and my night

You are the one who took the time
To understand
Showed me what it was
To be your man

And lord knows if I hurt you
I hope you understood
That I was just trying to do
What I thought was good

You say I'm not the man
That I used to be
I guess that's the way
That it had to be

You were my light
My wrong and my right
You were my sight
My day and my night

Now that your memory
Begins to fade
I can't help a crying
Bout the games we played

And though I never, never
See your face again
No I feel the same
Right to begin

You say I'm not the man
That I used to be
I guess that's the way
That it had to be

You were my light
My wrong and my right
You were my sight
My day and my night

Written by Winter, Edgar
Published by EMI Music Publishing

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