Sleepwalking

Album: Back To Forever (2013)
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  • I woke up at the foot of my bed
    With my blue jeans on and you stuck in my head
    I take it all back, I don't mean what I said

    Dead roses on the bedside table
    And a movie on, I think it's Betty Grable
    I've been here for days so what's a couple days more?

    I've been sleepwalking
    Dreams talking
    Telling myself that soon I will be feeling alright
    We've been cheap thrillin'
    And free wheeling
    Taking the worries and giving them up to the night

    I replay all the scenes in my head
    Till I get blue in the face while you're waking the dead
    Is it just me or do you miss me?

    I'm walking these city streets
    Life is so incomplete
    Everywhere I look

    I'm walking these city streets
    And every set of eyes I meet
    Read me like a book

    They can tell I've been sleepwalking
    Dreams talking
    Telling myself that soon I will be feeling alright
    Have you been cheap thrillin'
    And free wheeling
    Taking your worries and giving them up to the night?
    Alright, alright, alright

    I've been sleepwalking
    Dreams talking
    Telling myself that soon I will be feeling alright
    Have you been cheap thrillin'
    And free wheeling
    Taking your worries and giving them up to the night?
    Alright, alright

    I've been sleepwalking
    Dreams talking
    Telling myself that soon I will be feeling alright Writer/s: HENRY HEY, MARTIN JAMES F CRAFT, MIASHA FISHER, NICHOLAS GEORGE LITTLEMORE, PETER BRUCE MAYES, ROBERT DANIELS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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