After Hours

Album: Brain Thrust Mastery (2008)
Charted: 15
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  • This door is always open,
    This door is always open,
    No one has the guts to shut us out.
    But if we have to go now,
    I guess there's always hope that,
    Some place will be serving after hours.

    This night is winding down but
    Time means nothing,
    As always at this hour
    Time means nothing,
    One final final round cos
    Time means nothing,
    Say that you'll stay
    Say that you'll stay

    We're finally drunk enough that,
    We're finally soaking up,
    The hours that everyone else throws away.
    And if we have to go now,
    I guess there's always hope,
    Tomorrow night will be more of the same.

    This night is winding down but
    Time means nothing,
    As always at this hour
    Time means nothing,
    One final final round cos
    Time means nothing,
    Say that you'll stay
    Say that you'll stay
    Say that you'll stay.

    We're all right where we're supposed to be
    We're all right where we're supposed to be
    We're all right where we're supposed to be (Time means nothing)
    We're all right where we're supposed to be (Time means nothing)

    This door is always open,
    This door is always open,
    No one has the guts to shut us out.
    No one has the guts to shut us out.

    Time means nothing,
    Time means nothing,
    One final final round cos
    Time means nothing,
    Say that you'll stay
    Say that you'll stay
    Say that you'll stay Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER CAIN, KEITH MURRAY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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