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Kiki Dee – Rest My Head lyrics

Hotel room I know you find
That you're just a bed and a chair
I look outside at the city streets
And I'm going to be a stranger out there
Call somebody I used to know
I'm pretty sure he should be at home
Operator said I got a line
But there doesn't seem to be any tone

Rest my head on a brand new bed
Came a long way today
Tomorrow morning I'll settle down
Tomorrow I'll be okay

Room service send me a room
One with a friend and a view
Gonna put on a gown and head for town
Have a little rendevous
Small time girl it's a big time town
You must of heard this story before
Got to find a way to make the whole thing pay
I don't want to stay in line anymore

Momma said I oughta be at home
A needle don't belong in the hay
Tomorrow morning I'll settle down
Tomorrow I'll be okay

Rest my head on a brand new bed
Came a long way today
Tomorrow morning I'll settle down
Tomorrow I'll be okay

Rest my head on a brand new bed
Came a long way today
Tomorrow morning I'll settle down
Tomorrow I'll be okay



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