Just A Day

Album: The Singles (2001)
Charted: 12
  • Waking up at twelve in my clothes again
    Feel my head explode from a night of gin
    Another night out late
    I don't want to drink, don't want to be a clown
    Gotta get my feet back on the ground
    Before it pulls me in

    How come it ended up like this?
    And who's gonna catch me when I'm coming down
    To hit the ground again

    All by myself
    Cause I don't want to drag you down
    Hold you down, cause you're a friend
    I blame myself
    I guess you think it's funny now, funny now

    On the underground the freaks and frowns
    Looking at the world through silver clouds
    But then it all came down
    I gotta rise above the emotional flood
    Gotta cut these ropes around my hands
    Pull myself around

    How come it ended up like this?
    And who's gonna be there when I've lost control
    I'm heading to crashland

    All by myself
    Cause I don't want to drag you down
    Hold you down, cause you're a friend
    I blame myself
    I guess you think it's funny now, funny now

    All by myself
    Cause I don't want to drag you down
    Hold you down, cause you're a friend
    I blame myself
    I guess you think its funny now, funny now
    It's such a shame

    All by myself
    Cause I don't want to drag you down
    Hold you down, cause you're a friend
    I blame myself
    I guess you think it's funny now, funny now
    It's such a sin

    All by myself
    Cause I don't want to drag you down
    Hold you down, cause you're a friend
    I blame myself
    I guess you think it's funny now, funny now Writer/s: GRANT NICHOLAS, JON LEE, TAKA HIROSE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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