"The Sun Comes Up" as written by and Shelton Williams....
The sun comes up, but I won't go down
I been real high up and I've hit the ground

Memories of the past race through my mind
Just like that train on that old track of life

The sun comes up, but I won't go down
I'm too far gone to start turning around
Well there's no more good times - it's all gone bad
ever since the day I lost the best friend I ever had

The pain began the day she left me
I've made a new friend called misery
So I started drinking to help ease my mind
but it don't seem to keep these tears from my eyes

The sun comes up, but I won't go down
I'm too far gone to start turning around
Well theres no more good times - it's all gone bad
ever since the day I lost the best friend that I ever had

Ever since the day I lost the best friend that I ever had


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"Sun Comes Up" as written by Shelton Hank Iii Williams

Lyrics © MIKE CURB MUSIC

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