I'm A Loser
by UFO

Album: No Heavy Petting (1976)
  • Last train's eleven, it's now quarter past
    Why are you trying to make the evening move so fast
    I'm in real trouble but I can't go back home
    They locked the doors and I'm left out alone

    You can come to my place and sleep on the couch
    Lots of people do it and we won't leave you out
    Hard times out on the Street
    Hard times, hard to beat
    The painted lies they all hand you
    I'm a loser on the road
    I'm a loser on the road, yeah

    Huston station and it's cold as ice
    All night specials, they move you on
    But me and Ginger over there
    We got this thing where we really take care


    I'm a loser, I'm a loser
    I'm a loser Writer/s: MICHAEL SCHENKER, PHIL MOGG
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., DELLA BLUE MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Jim from Long Beach, CaGreat song and it tells a story. UFO is a very underrated rock band.
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