Another night, another place
With no one to hold
I’m drunk, sitting by myself
Bored and getting cold
When will I find someone
Who wants to hold my hand?
Will I find a girl
Who’ll call me her man?

My friend tells me be patient
Something’s bound to come your way
I’m desperate, given half a chance,
I’d throw it all away
But I want something more
something that’s gonna last
With her I’ll see the seasons change,
The mud turn to dust

Now I’m wrapped in a blanket so warm and secure
I feel, her skin against my own
Noise outside, the dog barks, footsteps in the hall
Tells me my parents are home
A smirk upon her face as I stare into the space
That lies, between her and I
I know that tonight, I won’t sleep alone
And my sheets will not remain dry

I’m running through the dark of night
Rain trickles down my cheek
At home they think I’m dreaming
They think that I’m asleep
But the comfort of my bedroom
It simply don’t compare
When I see her face, her lips I’ll taste,
I’ll be dry and warm again

Now I’m wrapped in her arms, so warm and secure
Her dress, blows in the gentle breeze
Soft rain falls, a dog barks, friends call from up the road
Tell us, it’s time to leave
A smirk upon her face as we arrive at my place
A street lamp illuminates my drive
I hope that tonight, I don’t sleep alone
And that my sheets, will not remain dry



Lyrics submitted by CaseyJHartnett

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