"Dry Gin" as written by Cameron Baines, Grant Relf, Tom Read, Ross Hetherington, Richard Rose and Adam Porter....
Hey, I've thrown it all away, I've pushed it down
And I know it won't come back 'cause I broke the life I had
Now, I've thought it through for now and I don't think
That a change at all today would make sense in anyway

Thinking over what you said, it's over and it's over
Now I know this time that I've crossed the line

Hey, I guess I can't complain for what I've done
'Cause it's served me up till now and it'll all work out somehow
Now I know I've made mistakes, I've sat around
And I've wished that everyday was the last day

Thinking over what you said, it's over and it's over
Now I know this time that I've crossed the line, line

I never thought I'd see reality could bring me down
I must be living in the past
I never thought I'd see reality could bring me down
I must be living in the past
I never thought I'd see reality could bring me down
I must be living in the past, in the past



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"Dry Gin" as written by Cameron Baines Adam Porter

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