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Sunny

Sunny and the boys wanna play
Couple of smokes, drinks and okay
And all their lives questioning fate
Chasing after the cats milk on any given date

Well the wind was harsh and unforgiven
Broke through their lies; too late for mending
All the black of night will see their sins
Moon will glimmer off their teeth and shins

Vodka and champagne won't ease the pain
But it'll make it easy--yeah it'll make 
Life seem livable along with the songs 
Some chiefs off a bong

Banging rhythms of the night life
Some doses of invincibility keeps them high
Vodka and champagne it's starting again
Yeah its starting again 

The stench of repetition eats at their souls
Unscathed fear this is how we'll die old
Gentle men of night they call themselves
Turning back to scoundrels at the sound of a bell

Copyright © shane solomon | Year Posted 2014

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