Flowers & Football Tops

Album: Glasvegas (2008)
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  • Baby
    Why you not home yet
    Baby it's getting late
    I wish you would be home by now.
    Door bell rings
    Who could it be at this time
    Police on my left and right
    My son's not coming home tonight

    Baby, they don't need to show
    It's over, I know, I know
    Baby, they don't need to show
    Flowers and football tops, I know
    Baby, baby, baby, why you?

    No sweeping exits
    No Hollywood endings
    Flowers and football tops
    Don't mean a thing.

    My baby is six feet under
    Just another number
    My daughter without her brother

    Baby, they don't need to show
    It's over, I know
    Baby, they don't need to show
    Flowers and football tops, I know

    My baby is gone

    (You are my sunshine
    My only sunshine
    You make me happy
    When skies are gray
    I hope you noticed
    How much I loved you
    How could they take my sunshine away) Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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