charlie never let it get too hard
just try sticking with the girl you got
other women they would seem secure
they're just as fragile as her

i heard sara's in a good new space
she found charlie in the strangest place
at the back of the hotel downtown
blood on the side of his mouth

is there anything that i can do
all my sympathy it went to you
i heard you were looking so strung out
smiling and tumbling down

the seasons will change
the things you perceive
the company will keep disturbing your sleep

it's so much better in the sunlight
i'm just a little mirage
it's so much better in the sunlight
i'm just a little mirage
it's so much better in the sunlight
i'm just a little mirage
it's so much better in the sunlight
i'm just a little mirage
it's so much better in the sunlight
i'm just a little mirage



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  • +1
    General Comment:no, the original lyrics are correct, it's charlie


    such a catchy song
    the8eson September 21, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Comment:I heard Sara's in a good new space
    She found Johnny in the strangest place
    At the back of the hotel downtown
    Blood on the side of his mouth


    thats what i heard
    seldomburnon November 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment:I think the lyrics are "its so much better than the sunlight" Which is probably right because this song is all about temptation..."it" (that someone else) and "sunlight" (significant other) a guy is saying to his friend and his friend is answering "its just a mirage"....the grass looks greener on the other side but his friend says women are all the same. I like the way this song flows like a causal conversation. A guy telling his dude friend to just stick with the same girl and ride it out.
    Bitwannaon October 04, 2009   Link
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    General Comment:This song totally reminds me of a this guy I know...
    tifnzon August 28, 2010   Link

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