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What's that you say
Gonna sleep all day
You're so uptight
Got no sleep last night
So tired, been wired
Gone crazy, so lazy

You say, I've been awake so long
My feet are 'bout to fumble
And I like how I feel
I've been wake so long my knees begin to tremble

Don't turn out the light
I've been wake so long barely holding on

Don't turn out the light
Spiders in your bed
What's that you said
Can't rest here
Smoke the little ones
Desperate fear
A cheap thrill, sleeping pill
Go get your gun
You say, I've been wake so long

My feet are bout to fumble
I've been wake so long barely holding on
I've been wake so long my knees begin to tremble
Spiders in my bed
And I like how I feel

Spiders in my bed
Spiders in my bed
Yes, that's what I said
Don't turn out the light



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