"I'm Sorry Sweet Emily" as written by and Jeffrey L Klein....
All of the lovebirds are quiet tonight
They must have all fallen asleep
But I've got a hunger as big as my eyes
And a promise I'll never keep

I know I shouldn't be out here
'cause no one loves you more than me
But I don't think I'm coming home tonight
I'm sorry, Sweet Emily

All of your friends are like angels
The role models I'll never be
With habits they kick like booze and cigarettes
This things much bigger than me

I know I shouldn't be out here
'cause no one loves you more than me
But I don't think I'm coming home tonight
I'm sorry, Sweet Emily

...

Half of me begs for forgiveness
And half of me just wants to die
But I can't resist the swaying of their hips
As they shine under barlit skies

I know I shouldn't be out here
'cause no one loves you more than me
But I don't think I'm coming home tonight
I'm sorry, Sweet Emily
I'm sorry, Sweet Emily


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"I'm Sorry Sweet Emily" as written by Jeffrey L Klein

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