"Six Hours" as written by Ryan Roxie and Alice Cooper....
There's only six hours
Left in the day
Time is so precious
And it's slipping away

Got no destination
Got no place to go
And being with you
Is all that I know

Put your head on my pillow
We're finally alone
Wash the dust from your hair now
I don't care if you ever get home

There's only six hours
How quickly it goes
In this sacred place
Our secret is safe, nobody knows

Put your head on my pillow
We're finally alone
Wash the dust form your hair now
I don't care if you ever get home
Wash the dust form your hair now
I don't care if you ever get home


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"Six Hours" as written by Ryan Roxie Alice Cooper

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    General CommentI just envision a couple on the run, in a dusty motel.
    gatsby14on June 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think he talked about this on his radio show before.
    It's basically a couple and they only have six hours left together for whatever reason.
    He simply wants to spend this last bit of time with her.
    Not entirely sure on the "I don't care if you ever get home" line.
    Great song. Maybe he's about to be executed and he's able to spend his last six hours with her as a last wish? Not sure.
    wweman150on January 25, 2009   Link

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