I don't recall What I was drinking, But after the third one I was gone Seventeen And not really thinking Just wanted something Real strong
Room spinnin' round faster and faster Drownin' in the midnight laughter But nothin' hits, nothin' hurts Like the morning after
I gave in To him completely. We made plans And we made love. But this world Can cut a heart so deeply. And we both gave 'Til we both gave up.
An that night I lost everything that mattered And I thought I couldn't get any sadder But nothin' hits, nothin' hurts, Like the morning after.
The morning after the storm The morning after all the rain When you wake up and you realize That you'll never be the same.
Oh I don't care What I'm drinking. Just give me something Real strong.
Room spinnin' round faster and faster Drownin' in the midnight laughter But nothin' hits, nothin' hurts, Oh nothin' hits, nothin' hurts, Like the morning after.
Writer/s: ASHLEY MONROE, LIZ ROSE, LORI MCKENNA
Publisher: BMG Rights Management, ME GUSTA MUSIC
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