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You Denied I Was Yours
You Denied I Was Yours'  2000

You denied I was Yours', even before, I was born.
You swore to the court, that the child wasn't yours; 
You denied I was yours' - you denied I was yours'. 
You denied I was yours', and told the judge, my mother - 
was a common ol' whore. 
You denied I was yours', when I was sixteen, 
I'd found out your name, and I came to your home. 
You were so naive, you denied I was yours', 
and closed the door in my face...I didn't want a thing; 
but life goes on. Yea, life goes on.
You denied I was yours', even before, I was born; 
and you came up to me when I was nineteen, 
and you said I was yours; you said I was yours. 
And you said you wanted to be, a father to me, 
but I was nineteen, and I didn't need a thing. 
And when I was twenty-five, I saw your wife in a store, 
and she said you longed to see me. 
So I came to your home, and you said you had a daughter, 
that wanted to meet me. 
And life goes on; yea, life goes on.
You denied I was yours', even before I was born. 
You paid a dollar a day, through the courts, 
to support the child, the judge said was yours'. 
You paid a dollar a day, through the courts,
'till  I was fourteen, and they called it support. 
Hey, that's not support; 
NO! That's not support. 
But life goes on. Yea, life goes on.