Someone Else's Sin

03:31
Frank Marzano
2015-09-27
Frank Marzano

Lyrics

Well, I was out with my new girlfriend.

I brought her back to my own place.

We had a nice romantic evening

Until I tried for second base.

She said the last man she let touch her

Took her heart upon a spin,

But he was only after one thing

And she would not let him in.

I said, “I’m sorry that he hurt you,

But I’m paying

For Someone Else’s Sin.”

 

Well, I was driving down the highway.

I heard that old familiar song.

So I pulled off to the roadside

And asked the policeman what was wrong.

He said, “They picked on me in high school

Every day through thick and thin,

And I became a cop so they could taste

Their own damn medicine.”

I said, “I’m glad you got your vengeance,

But I’m paying

For Someone Else’s Sin.”

 

I said I am just a road dog

And I’m too old to learn new tricks,

And if I can’t be my own person,

Well, then it’s time to hit the bricks.

Hit the bricks.

 

One day I met a man of color.

He said he’d see me in the grave.

He seemed to think his great-grandfather

Was my great-grandfather’s slave.

I said, “I never judged a person by the

Color of their skin,

And there’s no point speculating on the

Things that might have been.”                  

I don’t know what he had against me,

But I’m paying

For Someone Else’s Sin.

 

I don’t know what they had against me,

But I’m paying

For Someone Else’s Sin.

Someone Else’s Sin.

Someone Else’s Sin.

Someone Else’s Sin.

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