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Allison Moorer – When You Wake Up Feeling Bad lyrics

When you wake up feeling bad
Makes you wonder when the glad
Could have met and made friends with mad
When you wake up feeling bad

When you wake up feeling old
And your bones and your blood have turned cold
All the bread in the kitchen's grown mold
When you wake up feeling old

Where did it go
The joy you know
Just slipped away in the night
Where can you find
That little light
That kept all of your dreams alive

When you wake up feeling dead
Devil's demons inside your head
Can't even get out of the bed
When you wake up feeling dead

And old
And bad



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