My friends call me up 'cause they know I'm down Take me out to paint the town and help me get over it. A pretty blonde girl at the end of the bar Buys a drink, gives a wink and then it goes too far. We're out on the dance floor feelin' the gin I finally start comin' alive again I take her home for the night and everything is right Until the first ray of sunlight
And damn if I don't wake up lovin' you Oh I wake up lovin' you
Thought if I could catch a plane, touch down, out of town Somewhere nobody knows you. Maybe I could get myself half of a chance To get alive and act a like a different man But my best of intentions were all shot to hell And I found myself hiding in a cheap hotel
Drownin' in the whiskey Starin' at the T.V. Tryin' not to sleep 'cause I'm just gonna wake up lovin' you
Oh I wake up lovin' you oh
Oh I wake up lovin' you oh I wake up lovin' you
Remember when I told you I was never going to stop Lovin' you with all my heart and soul no matter what.
Now it seams I'm breaking every promise I made 'Cause every night I'm desperate Askin' God if He would just let me forget it But I wake up lovin' you
I wake up lovin' you
I wake up lovin' you oh I wake up lovin' you oh I wake up lovin' you oh I wake up lovin' you
I wake up lovin' you I wake up lovin' you
Writer/s: JOSHUA SHAUN OSBORNE, MATTHEW RAMSEY, TREVOR ROSEN
Publisher: ANTHEM ENTERTAINMENT LP, BLACK RIVER ENTERTAINMENT LLC, CALHOUN ENTERPRISES, HORI PRO ENTERTAINMENT GROUP, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., ME GUSTA MUSIC, Spirit Music Group
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"(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding" was written by Nick Lowe in 1974. The original version with his group Brinsley Schwarz was kind of somber, but Elvis Costello made it a classic with his 1978 uptempo take.