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Norah Jones
"Don't Be Denied" lyrics

Don't Be Denied

She was a young girl
Mama said to her
Daddy's leaving home today
I think he's gone to stay
We packed up all our bags
And drove out to Anchorage

They got to Anchorage
She checked in to school
She wore white Chucks on her feet
She learned the golden rule
The punches came fast and hard
Lying on her back in the school yard

Oh, don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied

Well pretty soon she met a friend
She played guitar
Used to sit on the steps at school
Dream of being stars
They started a band
Played all night

Oh, don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied

Businessmen crowded around
They came to hear the golden sound
There they were on the Sunset Strip
Playing their songs for the highest bid
They played all night
The price was right

Oh, don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied
Don't be denied

All that glitters isn't gold
You know you heard that story told
She's a pauper in a naked disguise
A millionaire through a businessman's eyes
Oh friend of mine
Don't be denied