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Grace Potter And The Nocturnals – Here's To The Meantime lyrics

You're Running Me Ragged
I Don't Do The Things I Should
If The Devil Made A Fire
You'd Be The Wood

I've Just Got One Question
Answer Me If You Could
How Can So Much Trouble
Look So God Damn Good?

Look At The Way You've Been Living
Look At The Love You Should Be Giving
Look At What Tomorrow Left Behind
Look At At All The Life That You've Been Missing
Look At The Girl You Could Be Kissing
Look What Happened In The Meantime
Before I Find You And Kindly Remind You

So Come Sit Down Beside Me
With A Dollar And A Dime
And We'll Drink Away Our Fortunes
Here's To The Meantime

Look At The Way You've Been Living
Look At The Love You Should Be Giving
Look At What Tomorrow Left Behind
Look At At All The Life That You've Been Missing
Look At The Girl You Could Be Kissing
Look What Happened In The Meantime
Before I Find You And Kindly Remind You

[thanks To Allison For These Lyrics]



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