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Good Old War – After The Party lyrics

How long, how long can you keep it going?
You have to know this is wrong
Can't help but cry, are you coming home?
Or staying up, staying out, waiting for the sun to come

You got me thinking that it's all just a part of your plan
You got me thinking that you're hiding something

You always wear those heels when I'm not around
Taking a break from your lonely life
After the party, I'm here and you're not home
You're staying up, staying out, waiting for the sun to come

You got me thinking that it's all just a part of your plan

Oh, after the party
Don't go hiding from me
Oh, after the party
I feel like a dead man walking

No one likes the rain when it rains all the time
We only like the rain when the flowers are dying

You got me thinking that it's all just a part of your plan

Oh, after the party
Don't go hiding from me
Oh, after the party
I feel like a dead man walking

Oh, after the party
Don't go hiding from me
Oh, after the party
I feel like a dead man walking



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