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Written by mark linkous & david lowery
Produced by jack joseph puig & david kitay
Released on 'susanna hoffs' (1996)

Everyday
Held at bay
Lucy says
Try to fly
Paralyzed
And I don't know why
I don't know how.

Oh, why don't you
Go on and get in your
Happy place.

Everyday (everyday)
Mary says (mary says)
It's okay (it's okay)
It's easier (easier)
To say those words (to say those words)
And run away (you could run away)
When you don't feel this way.

Why don't you
Go on and get in your
Happy place
They say why don't you
Go on and get in your
Happy place.

Everyday
It's okay
Lucy says.

Hey, come on now
Go on and get in your
Happy place, yeah
Oh, why don't you
Go on and get in your
Happy place.

Hey, come on now
Go on and get in your
Happy place, yeah
Oh, why don't you
Go on and get in your
Happy place.

Hey, why don't you.



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