"Back On My Feet Again" as written by Frank John Musker, Dominic Roy King and John Charles Waite....
Back On My Feet Again
The Babys
(J. Waite, Bugatti, Musker)

I was so lonely until I met you
Told myself I'd get by without love
Drownin' my sorrows
Avoiding tomorrows
Kind of felt that I just had enough

You light up my face with your jokes and your smiles
And the way that you came here tonight
Don't know what you got
But I'm sure glad I found you
Could be wrong but it sure feels right

And here I am
I'm back on my feet again
Here I am
I'm back on my feet again

Surprised at myself for the way that I feel
So happy that you're here with me
Some women I've known
They've left me with nothing
But I guess that was just meant to be

And here I am
I'm back on my feet again
Here I am
I'm back on my feet again

I was down for the count
I was down
I was beat
I was cryin'
I was cornered and hurt
I was hidin' my face
Sittin' there cryin'

I was so lonely until I met you
Told myself I'd get by without love
Drownin' my sorrows
Avoiding tomorrows
Kind of felt that I just had enough

And here I am
I'm back on my feet again
Here I am
I'm back on my feet again.
Yes here I am
I'm back on my feet again
Here I am
I'm back on my feet again


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"Back on My Feet Again" as written by Frank Musker Dominic King

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    General CommentThis is by far one of the best song ever recorded by The Babys. I was a teenager when I first heard this song and to this very day I can still relate to the lyrical content. John Waite certainly hits home with some of the best lyrics ever written.
    markfaceson July 06, 2010   Link

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