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Bargain Basement Howard Hughes

This song is by Jerry Cantrell and appears on the album Degradation Trip (2002).

Original video
Yeah, yeah, ah
Yeah, yeah, ah
Yeah, yeah, ah
Yeah, yeah, ah

I don't deny I did you cold
I broke your trust and lied
Controlling, selfish, gossip abound
Cocaine mouth over mind

And I say
I wash my hands, pull the slivers
No master plan, I deliver

Enigma wrapped in riddle
Your life I belittle
Dignity I'd steal
Now I know how it feels

Stubborn bastard, hard head knocking
We had our good years too
Though apart, you're still in my heart
I'd give anything for you

And I say
I wash my hands, pull the splinters
No master plan, I deliver

Enigma wrapped in riddle
Your life I belittle
Dignity I'd steal
Now I know how it feels

Often heard, seldom seen
Bargain Basement Howard Hughes
Hermit phase, a woodshed rage
These days headlines are few

And I say
I wash my hands, pull the splinters
No master plan, I deliver

Enigma wrapped in riddle
Your life I belittle
Dignity I'd steal
Now I know how it feels

Yeah, yeah, ah
Yeah, yeah, ah
Yeah, yeah, ah
Yeah, yeah, ah

Written by:

Jerry Cantrell

Musicians:

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