"Late Sunday Evening" as written by and Friederike Siepe Eddie Argos....
Late, Sunday evening
I only just feel like eating
Am I feeling unwell
For what I've done, or drunk
Or for someone might tell

I'm gonna find it hard to sleep tonight
I'm gonna find it hard to sleep

There's nothing that's been done that can't be undone
You were sick, now you're better
There's work to be done

There's nothing that's been done that can't be
undone
You are sick, now you're better
There's work to be done

Everything has been shown to me,
With only a magazine for company
Answers in the problem pages
To problems I've been having for ages

Late, Sunday evening
There's no way I'm gonna be sleeping
Am I feeling unwell
For what I've done, or drunk
Or for someone might tell

I'm gonna find it hard to sleep

There's nothing that's been done that can't be undone
You were sick, now you're better
There's work to be done

When I feel my friends have been conspiring against me
I break into their bedrooms and write in their diaries

There's nothing that's been done that can't be undone
You were sick, now you're better
There's work to be done

Everything's gonna be alright
I'm gonna find it hard to sleep tonight

Everything's gonna be alright but I'm,
I'm gonna find it hard to sleep tonight

Everything's gonna be alright but I'm,
I'm gonna find it hard to sleep tonight

Phone later if you like 'cause
I'm gonna find it hard to sleep tonight


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"Late Sunday Evening" as written by Eddie Argos Ian Wilson

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    General Comment"You were sick, now you're better
    There's work to be done"

    That is from the Kurt Vonnegut novel "Timequake" I believe. It was said by Kilgore Trout.
    wingedfeetxcon April 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is actually called 'Late Sunday Evening'

    My bad.
    shrodeson June 02, 2007   Link
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    General Commentif you uploaded the lyrics you can click edit to change the song to its proper name.

    Good song.

    Can't wait til the 25th
    Wallamanageon June 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWhen I feel my friends have been conspiring against me
    I break into their bedrooms and write in their diaries - I think the above may be a reference to Morrissey's song Suedehead, and the words 'and you break into my room, just to read my diary, and the things you knew I'd written about you.' Eddie Argos is rather fond of The Smiths I gather.
    rapiston June 12, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHe is. About Time references Morrissey as does Moving to LA. When I saw them live Eddie started Singing There Is A Light That Never Goes Out at the end of Emily Kane. I am rather fond of Art Brut.
    For It Is Ion June 14, 2007   Link

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