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I ain’t got nobody, I don’t have a bridge to build
Better safe than sorry, mama, hide the sleeping pills
It’s another morning after the night before

I remember how you tasted, dangerous, sweet and kind
Young and we were wasted, my God, you always shined
It’s another morning after the night before

Another morning after the night before
Red eyes starin’ at an open door
In the same clothes that I wore
It’s another morning after the night before

Girl, you used to own me, gasoline, fire and soul
I remember what you told me, said, "Live and die, rock ‘n' roll"
Another morning after the night before

Another morning after the night before
Red eyes starin’ at an open door
In the same clothes that I wore
It’s another morning after the night before

Another morning after the night before
My red eyes starin’ at the open door
And everything I knew don't matter anymore
It’s another morning after the night before



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