What you are you are to me is a memory

What you are you are to me is a memory

What you are you are to me is a memory

Repeat

The ways of the Western world
Or judge another by its color
The man judge
What you are you are to me is a memory

Solo

So drop what you have left at the altar of your need
They will judge you for your need

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Held up in jail, refused bond
My brother went to the judge
He said, I was drunk at the time but it certainly cost my soul
You have seen me lie and now you judge

Repeat

Loving you is a crime
Give the judge a break
Free my boy, free my boy
I plead my case to your judge and before him lord

Solo

Judge by the pace
And recognize what you feel

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Held up in jail, refused bond
My brother went to the judge
He said, I was drunk at the time but it certainly cost my soul
You have seen me lie and now you judge

Repeat

The first judge was some judge from the South
Was about to bust my court out

Repeat

Held up in jail, refused bond
My brother went to the judge
He said, I was drunk at the time b
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