"Sleeping Rough" as written by and Bernard Joseph Fanning....
Let's go out tonight and make a big noise
Throw a shadow across the light in the name of all the
Broken boys

So your heart's been sleeping rough
Now I know my problems don't amount to much
Come on love won't you look my way let's
Set aside our differences and stay, and stay

Let's step out and have some fun and tell each other big lies
As long as we beat the golden ball home tomorrow we'll be feeling
Just fine oh yeah

So your heart's been sleeping rough
Now I know my problems don't amount to much
So come on love won't you look my way let's
Set aside our differences and stay and
Stay- ayee-aay-aay-yay

You make it hard for me to believe
You make it hard for me to refuse
So enough of this misery stuff let's
Throw our shadow right across the sun
So come on darling pour some love in my cup
In my mind you'll always be the one

So your heart's been sleeping rough
Come on love look my way
So your heart's been sleeping rough
Problems they don't amount to much hey
Come on love look my way
Set aside our differences and stay oh come on love

So your heart's been sleeping rough
Problems they don't amount to much
Come on love look my way
Set aside our differences and stay oh come on love

So your heart's been sleeping rough
Pour some love in my cup
Come on love look my way


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"Sleeping Rough" as written by Bernard Joseph Fanning

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    General CommentGetting rid of the usual depressive lethargy for one night, going out with someone you like, and having a good time, a time that will last right through to the next morning because it was so much fun.
    violet_inspiredon October 05, 2006   Link

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