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Every night I stay out I swing and I shout like tomorrow won't ever come
But I lose my charm when I hear that alarm then I know what I've done
With an oversized head I'd like to stay in bed if I do I know I'll get fired
And I'm sick and tired so sick and tired I'm gettin' up sick and tired
Well tomorrow I'll feel better tonight I'm goin' to bad
But I don't hardly believe that cause last night that's what I said
I'm a man of a night can't move in the light that's how I am crosswired
And I'm sick and tired so sick and tired I'm gettin' up sick and tired
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I was doing alright when I turned in last night it's that sleep that's killing me
And it don't take a lot cause it's just five o'clock and I went to bed at three
Gotta shape up because eight hours of gloss leave something to be desired
And I'm sick and tired so sick and tired I'm gettin' up sick and tired
Well tomorrow I'll feel better...



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