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We came out Wst together with a common desire.
The fever we had mighta set the West Coast on fire.
Two months later, got trouble in time.
Maggie moved out and left me behind.
But it's all right 'cause it's Midnight,
And I got two more bottles of wine.

The way she left sure turned my head around.
Seemed like overnight she just up and put me down.
Ain't gonna let it bother me today,
I been workin' and I'm too tired anyway.
But it's all right 'cause it's Midnight,
And I got two more bottles of wine.

I'm sixteen hundred miles from the people, I know.
Been doin' all I can but opportunity sure come slow.
Thought I'd be a star by today,
But I'm sweepin' out a warehouse in west L.A.
But it's all right 'cause it's Midnight,
And I got two more bottles of wine.

I'm sixteen hundred miles from the people, I know.
Been doin' all I can but opportunity sure come slow.
Thought I'd be a star by today,
But I'm sweepin' out a warehouse in west L.A.
But it's all right 'cause it's Midnight,
And I got two more bottles of wine.

Yeah, it's all right 'cause it's Midnight,
And I got two more bottles of wine.
Yeah, all right 'cause it's Midnight,
And I got two more bottles of wine.



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