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I lay here at night toss and I turn loving you so how my heart yearns
Honey, you're the reason I don't sleep at night
Just walking the floor feeling so blue smoke cigarettes drink coffee too
Honey, you're the reason I don't sleep at night.

I'm betting you're not losing sleep over me
But if I'm wrong don't fail to call come over and keep me company
Sometimes I go for a walk take a look at the moon
Strum my guitar to some old lonesome tune.
Honey, you're the reason I can't sleep at night.

(Walking the floor feeling so blue
Smoke cigarettes drink coffee too
Strum my guitar look at the moon
Losing sleep over you.)

Like a bright shootin' star I travel apart
Tryin' to forget but I haven't yet
In this old world I wandered for a while
From the cold arctic seas to the tropical breeze.

Down to old Mexico there's no place I don't know
Baby you're the reason I don't sleep at night.

I'm betting you're not losing sleep over me
But if I'm wrong don't fail to call come over and keep me company
Sometimes I go for a walk take a look at the moon
Strum my guitar to some old lonesome tune.
Honey, you're the reason I can't sleep at night.

(Walking the floor feeling so blue
Smoke cigarettes drink coffee too
Strum my guitar look at the moon
Losing sleep over you...)



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