"Interlude" as written by Anthony S. Crawford and Shae Jones....
Sadness does not have a home
Sadness does not have a home
You come home from a hard day's work
You come home from a hard day's work

You come home from a hard day's work
The last thing you want to be confronted with is sadness
You're at the station, you look a lot happier than the sad old dossers
You hear it on TVs and radios and everyone smiles

Sadness does not have a home here
Sadness does not have a home
I don't care what you have to say, you tell me that you lost someone.
People really don't give a shit
They wanna hear about your son or some TV asshole.
That's what, that's what he is

Sadness does not have a home
I don't care what you have to say
Sadness does not have a home
You talk about you lost someone

Sadness does not have a home
People really don't give a shit
Sadness does not have a home
They wanna hear about your son or some TV asshole.
That's what, that's what he is

That's what, that's what he is
That's what, that's what he is
That's what, that's what he is
That's what, that's what he is


Lyrics submitted by Kurt Russell

"Interlude" as written by Shae Jones Anthony S. Crawford

Lyrics © BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC , Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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