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written by Jon Randall
From Jon Randall "What You Don't Know"
RCA Records 1995
Jon Randall - vocals/acoustic guitar
Roy Huskey Jr - bass
Larry Atamanuck - drums
Al Perkins - dobro/lap steel
Emmylou Harris - harmony

It?s 3AM
I'm hanging out with the moon
We're getting to be good friends
It reminds me of you
Sometimes it smiles
And once in a while it's blue
And by morning light it's gone just like you
And there's a whipperwill singing
He seems to know my favorite song
It's just another reminder
Of all that I've done wrong
And thru the silence of the night
The whole world can hear him cry like he knows to
And then he'll up and fly away just like you

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And there's a feeling I get
And I know without a doubt
Like this cigarette I'm slowly burning out
But I did taste the pain
And thru smoke and the pain I see the truth
Love won't be coming back just like you
Love won't be coming back just like you



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