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Deaf Havana – The Past Six Years lyrics

These days my friends aren't who they used to be
We were all sinners and drunks but now they're too mature for me
Because Mike's on daytime radio John played Reading & Leeds
And I'm still play the Purple Turtle at New Year's Eve'...

We are sick and we are tired
We're all fools and worthless liars
Young and unemployable
Lonely, drunk and beautiful
We're so sick and oh so tired, so tired

Through these cynical old bitter eyes the futures' hard to see
And these songs still don't mean half as much as they should do to me
Because I'd made plans of being more than just that band
Who had that song about friends and not much else...

We are sick and we are tired
We're all fools and worthless liars
Young and unemployable
Lonely, drunk and beautiful
We're so sick and oh so tired, so tired

I'm not getting any younger
My bones aren't getting any stronger
My breath won't last for that much longer...

We are sick and we are tired
We're all fools and worthless liars
Young and unemployable
Lonely, drunk and beautiful
We're so sick and oh so tired, so tired



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