Morning Light

Album: Fortress Round My Heart (2008)
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  • What's easy n the night
    Is always such a bite in the morning light
    Ha ha ha ha ha
    What's easy in the night
    It is always such a bite in the morning light
    Ha ha ha ha ha

    And you've got a liquor stain
    On your uniform
    I know where you're from
    Ha ha ha ha ha

    And you know what I've got
    Such a heavy heart
    You can't carry it
    No no no no no

    What's easy in the night
    Is alwas such a bite in the mornng light
    Ha ha ha ha ha

    And you know what I've got
    Such a mixed up mind
    You can't sort me out
    No no no no no
    And you've got a polished musk
    Yeah, it looks like shit
    Can't get rid of it
    No no no no no

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