"Yesterday's Song" as written by Zac Maloy, Bob Marlette, Dallas Smith, Jeremy Hora, Daniel Craig and David Benedict....
Never got your invitation
A party went on while you waited
All decked out with no place to go
I can't get no satisfaction
A break in your chain reaction
Two tickets to a one-man show

Everything you lose now
You had your chance to prove how
No one left to use now
And how's it on your own?

You live your life in midnight
Dancing on a skylight
Running on a thin line
And now you're all alone

How's life been treating you?

[Chorus]
You're gonna find your way back home
And I'm gonna leave the music on
But you've got the words all wrong
You're so far away from yesterday's song

You call it "new temptation"
I call it "time wasted"
The outside is blinding you

Live your life in midnight
Dancing on a skylight
Running on a thin line
And now you're all alone

[Chorus]

Yeah,
So far away from yesterday's song
You're gonna find your way back home, yeah

You're gonna find your way back home
And I'm gonna leave the music on
But you've got the words all wrong

You're gonna find your way back home
And I'm gonna leave the music on
But you've got the words all wrong
You're so far away from yesterday, so far away from yesterday's song


Lyrics submitted by SpyderAlice

"Yesterday's Song" as written by Bob Marlette Zac Maloy

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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