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Miss Chameleon

by A. Karpinski
© 2016 A. Karpinski, BMI, all rights reserved

Verse 1:
You mesmerize with soft brown eyes
But now they're the brightest blue
My fingers played in your coal black mane
But now it's a fiery hue
Savored the kiss of ruby lips
But now they're the proudest pink
Your silky, smooth, ivory arms
Now smothered in scenes of ink

Chorus:
Who am I loving now, Miss Chameleon?
More roles than a movie star
Makes me wonder what you're really feeling
Who you really are

Verse 2:
My heart beat for the girl next door
Now she's a dance club queen
Or a mystery trench coat Mata Hari
Haunting the Gothic scene
A limp haired hippy, peace, love, and trippy
Flowers, beads, and jeans
Or a business babe, all rigid and gray
In corporate gabardine

Repeat chorus

Bridge:
I feel like I've been cheating
I've never, ever, really been true
Because each time we date, I'm dating a different you

Verse 3:
You say you're trying to find yourself
Discover your destiny
I just want to find you in my arms
And keep you close to me
If I hug you tight enough
Don't let you get away
I may still have the same sweet girl
For more than just one day

Repeat chorus

Last chorus:
Who am I loving now, Miss Chameleon?
More roles than a movie star
Show me, girl, what you're really feeling
Who you really are


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