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Lock the door
Close the window tight
Draw the curtains
I got to block out the light
Feel the sun, shining in my eyes
I'm just trying to cover up a little bit of daylight

I close the curtain
Make sure no one can see
Is there somebody out there
Am I awake or asleep?
I hear the footsteps
Prowlin' round my door
I'm just trying to cover up a little bit of daylight
I'm just trying to cover up a little bit of daylight

Well I've been up all night just trying to make ends meet
But things don't always work the way I planned
I take another pill just trying to calm me down
If that don't work, I just get up again
I just get up again

Lock the door
Shut the window tight
I close the curtains
I got to block out the light
I feel the sun, shining in my eyes
I'm just trying to cover up a little bit of daylight
I'm just trying to cover up a little bit of daylight
Well, I'm just trying to cover up a little bit of daylight
Well, I'm just trying to cover up a little bit of daylight



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