Daddy

Album: Wrong Crowd (2016)
  • Keep waking up in the freezing cold
    Of your mother's tears coming through the walls
    That same old feeling spinning 'round your head
    Your daddy's leaving town again

    And you can hear your baby sister scream
    Your innocence get up and leave
    It's that same old feeling spinning 'round your veins
    Your daddy's leaving town again
    And again, and again

    And I blame myself, oh I do
    And I blame myself, oh I do
    And I blame myself, yeah it's true
    Oh, for you

    Keep waking on the bedroom floor
    Seeing shadows underneath your door
    It's that same old feeling spinning 'round your head
    When your daddy's leaving town again
    And again and again

    And I blame myself, oh I do
    And I blame myself, oh I do
    Oh I blame myself, so it's true
    Oh, for youWriter/s: TOM PETER ODELL
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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