"Saint Lorraine" as written by and Michael Lardie Jack Russell....
Sometimes I wonder how I'm goin' to pay the rent
All I do is work my fingers to the bone
No time to rest, no doubt I think I'm a fool

I used to think I couldn't get out of this
Stuck in a race car out of control
Man I was doin' 'bout 105, then I met you
And then I blinked
Oh yeah taught me to think
I owe it all to you

My my rain
You got me singin' along to the radio
You nailed my brain
I call you Saint Lorraine

You put out the trash, cleaned up my living room
Took me to bed, now I'll never be the same
Brought out the man that must have been hidin'

Yeah there's two kinds of lovers
One that takes and one that gives
Sometimes I shudder thinkin' how I've been used
I found my rhythm, you'll never catch me singing no blues
Oh no
Sometimes I think 'bout how you caught me with a wink
I give it all to you

My my rain, you got me rockin' along
I'll never let you go
You took my pain
I call you Saint Lorraine
Yes I do, yes I do
Oh then you caught me with a wink
I'll never let you go
I, I, I, oh I'm rockin' all night long

Sometimes I wonder how I'm going to pay the rent
I used to think I'll never get out of this
And then I blinked and you took me out of that

Thank you very much Lorraine
You got me rockin' along
I'll never let you go
You took my pain
I call you Saint Lorraine


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"Saint Lorraine" as written by Jack Russell Jack Blades

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