What's The Story

- Richard Marx
Released: 1997 Genres: Pop
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Lyric "What's The Story"

No needles, no rehab
No minors, no murder rap
Where's that leave a guy like me
Windy city square
If al that sells is tragedy I haven't got a prayer

Should I try to lose it all, kick it off the track
Just to say I took the fall but "look who's comin' back"

What's the story, where's the dirt
Nobody's happy til somebody gets hurt
I don't want t keep up with all that
The garbage that you swallow gonna someday make you fat

Normal childhood, beautiful wife
Scuse me having a wonderful life
Why should I be hungry for someone else's pain
Heroes should have something but talent for fame
Double barrel in the mouth nails it every time
But that's what legend's all about
Ain't no bigger headline

What's the story, where's the dirt
Nobody's happy til somebody gets hurt
I don't want to keep up with all that
The garbage that you swallow gonna someday make you fat
Maybe I should frequent all the places that I'm avoiding
And maybe you should work on building rather than destroying

If this is making friends, I'd rather be lonely
So where's that leave a guy like me
Windy city square
I may never make page three but ask me if I care

What's the story, where's the dirt
Nobody's happy til somebody gets hurt
I don't want to keep up with all that
The garbage that you swallow gonna someday make you fat

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Richard Marx

Richard Marx

Richard Noel Marx (born September 16, 1963) is an American adult contemporary and pop/rock singer, songwriter, musician and record producer who has sold over 30 million records. He had a stream of hit singles in the late 1980s and 1990s, including "Endless Summer Nights," "Right Here Waiting," "Now and Forever," and "Hazard." Although some of his major hit songs were ballads, many of his songs have had a classic rock style, such as "Don't Mean Nothing," "Should've Known Better," "Satisfied," and "Too Late to Say Goodbye."