"Rock Bottom" as written by and Amy Elizabeth Macdonald....
A rock-n-roll dream
Hard as it seems
Is singing a song alone for you

But you left him aside
Kicked him out and swallowed your pride
And now it's all gone wrong

And you saw a photograph
And remembered the good days
And you signed an autograph
And remember the front page

Singing, "please don't let me down,
Please don't let me down,"
Please don't let me down."

A rock-n-roll scene, and he drank from the bottle last night
I, I tried to tell you but all you started was a fight
And you carried on writing a song and I sat there humming along
Well, now it's all gone wrong

And you saw a photograph
And remembered the good days
And you signed an autograph
And remember the front page

Singing, "please don't let me down,
Please don't let me down,"
Please don't let me down."

Now your days are gone
There's not a memory, not a tune, not a song
No it's all gone, oh it's long gone
No it's all gone, oh it's long gone [Repeat]

But please don't let me down,
Please don't let me down,
Please don't let me down,

Please don't let me down,
Please don't let me down,
Please don't let me down.


Lyrics submitted by Kimbley85

"Rock Bottom" as written by Amy Elizabeth Macdonald

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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