• Goodnight, daylight
    I won't remember you for long
    Sleep tight, fist fight
    Until December's come and gone

    It's only late you have time
    With any reason that you find

    Somewhere in slumber
    Is someone who didn't see it coming

    If all this leaves you behind
    And everything starts to rewind

    It doesn't mean anything
    You won't remember what you see
    It could take you a lifetime
    A lifetime

    You got lost
    Lost through the night
    It's no loss
    You'll be alright

    Tell me you'll feel better
    When you're sleeping though the day
    And I'll tell you how you missed it
    When you wake

    It doesn't mean anything
    What you done or where you've been
    It was a chance of a lifetime

    You got lost
    Lost through the night
    It's no loss
    You'll be alright

    Tell me you'll feel better
    When you are sleeping though the day
    And I'll tell you how you missed it
    When you wake up

    (When you wake up)
    (When you wake up)
    (When you wake up) Writer/s: Samuel Matthew Halliday, Kevin Stephen Baird, Alexander James Trimble
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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