Sunday Night is Fair

Album: One Time Bells (2002)
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  • We were wondering what went wrong
    Was it time when I got turned off
    By those things you know
    By those things you know

    Got tired of hanging on
    And trying to love one song
    On the radio
    On the radio

    And on and on
    Get up get off
    Come on come on
    As I lead I can say

    And I gave up mine
    Had a made up mind
    As I lead I know

    And you made up mind
    With your made up mind
    Its all that you know

    Sunday night I'm there and walk it around
    Taking up the air an empty downtown
    When ahead and killed the time that I found
    Always in my head I'm hearing some sound
    What we wouldnt give to never be bad
    Ever taking in and living underground
    Better be man and under some cloud
    Sunday night is fair and never so down

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