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You see them everywhere, you know those magazines
Yeah I've bought a few, they show you everything
So many news stands, well as I'm passing by
Rows and rows of you bound to catch my eyeNow everyone can gaze upon your body
It's good for you, I guess you have no shame
I never knew if how I acted would make you seek revengeNow I know, you're in magazinesBut is it really you in the empty world?
I shouldn't be surprised, you're an ambitious girl
With all that naked skin as sweet as honey
Maybe you just really needed money
I wondered if I would be punished for my voyeuristic pleasureNow I know, you're in magazines
Now I know, you're in magazines
Now I knowI tear through pages of every kind of pose
But it's not really you I see when I look real close
You're a little bit different, you're a little bit different
You're a little bit differentAnd now I know, you're in magazines
Now I know, you're in magazines
And I'm alone, you're in magazines
It never was you, it never was you

It never was you in magazines

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Duncan Scott Sheik (born November 18, 1969) is an American singer-songwriter. Born in Montclair, New Jersey, Sheik's upbringing was split between his parents' home in South Carolina and that of his grandparents in New Jersey. His grandmother, a piano graduate of The Juilliard School, taught him to play the piano and encouraged his musical development. He graduated from Phillips Academy in 1988, after which he studied semiotics at Brown University.

Sheik began his professional musical career playing for other acts, including Liz And Liza (with Lisa Loeb and Liz Mitchell), and played on His Boy Elroy's 1993 album. Through connections from fellow Brown alum Tracee Ellis Ross, Sheik's music gained the attention of executives at Atlantic Records. Duncan Sheik's eponymous debut album for Atlantic spawned the 1996 hit single "Barely Breathing" in the US, which remained on the charts for 55 straight weeks. In 1998, he was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Barely Breathing."

In addition to his work as a solo artist, he collaborates with the poet and writer Steven Sater. Together, they have written an album of art-pop songs, ''Phantom Moon'', a Broadway musical, ''Spring Awakening'', and the score for the film ''A Home at the End of the World''. They are currently working on a new musical based on the story of "The Emperior and the Nightingale", which will have its workshop premiere in 2007 at the La Jolla Playhouse.

As of 2009, Whisper House is the sixth studio album recorded by Duncan Sheik, released in the United States on January. The album is Sheik's first for the RCA Victor label, as well as his first in the wake of success from composing music for the Tony award-winning musical Spring Awakening.

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