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Brandy Clark – Hungover lyrics

I did the laundry, I cleaned the kitchen.
Swept up the pieces, of those broken dishes.
I drank my coffee, while yours got colder.
All while you were, hungover.

I put on lipstick, I planted roses.
Painted the bathroom, but you never noticed.
I felt the first chill, of October
All while you were, hungover.

Baby your head ain't the only thing hurtin' you know
The sun keeps comin' up,
Even if the curtains are closed.
That girl in the mirror, I got to know her
All while you were, hungover.

I got a new job, I gave up smokin'.
Changed my lipstick, and those roses opened.
I let my hair grow, down past my shoulders.
All while you were, hungover.

Baby your head ain't the only thing hurtin' you know
The sun keeps comin' up,
Even if the curtains are closed.
Got a little bit stronger, got a little bit older.
All while you were, hungover

I left the laundry, and those broken dishes.
Called my sister, and bought a ticket.
I got a good start, on startin' over
All while you were, hungover



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