Sew my throat in bits
And my lungs are real sick
I could plaster on a fake smile
And ruin my life in style
I'll build my home with useless guilt
With all the ones that didn't fit
Fill your heart with love today
Until it's all okay

If you're happy in the world tonight
You're lucky that you made it
And everything's alright
If you're lonely and asleep at night
I'm sorry that you're lonely
And nothing's turned out right

If you're happy in the world tonight
You're lucky that you made it
And everything's alright
If you're lonely and asleep at night
I'm sorry that you're lonely
And nothing's turned out right


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    General Commentim sorry that you knew me and nothings turned out right..

    if you're lonely when you sleep at night..
    freedom-fighteron March 30, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthese lyrics are all wrong
    kazimierzon May 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThat's a terrible attempt at the lyrics...

    I think these are the real lyrics:

    So my throat is in bits,
    And my lungs are real sick.
    I could plaster on a fake smile,
    And ruin my life in style.
    I'll build home with useless kids,
    With all the ones that didn't fit.
    Fill your heart with love today
    And tell us all it's ok.

    If you're happy in the world tonight,
    You're lucky that you made it
    And everything's alright.
    If you're lonely when you sleep at night,
    I'm sorry that you knew me
    And nothing's turned out right.

    If you're happy in the world tonight,
    You're lucky that you made it
    And everything's alright.
    If you're lonely when you sleep at night,
    I'm sorry that you knew me
    And nothing's turned out right.
    snowiersmackon December 27, 2007   Link

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