The AM station hums its refrain
Traffic on the eight
And the weather forecast on my windshield looks and sounds a lot like rain

The FM morning shows want me to know about their favorite color shows
I’d rather listen to my windshield wiper blades

I don’t sleep much anymore now,
I’m so tired all the time.
I drag my feet through each day
When I come home,
I lie awake at night
I don’t sleep much anymore now,
I’m so tired all the time

The city’s out of parking spaces
But never out of more citations
Paper slips and brand new yellow boots (ooooh)

I walk slow past broken window glass
Dirty pigeons flying rats
I scratch my itchy face,
I haven’t shaved in days.

She tells me to cheer up,
If I don’t, she says,
I will surely worry to death.

I don’t sleep much anymore now,
I’m so tired all the time.
I drag my feet through each day
When I come home,
I lie awake at night
I don’t sleep much anymore now,
I’m so tired all the time

She tells me to cheer up,
If I don’t, she says,
I will surely worry to death
Maybe I’ll stop sleeping,
But till then, she says,
My bad days will only get me if I let them get me
She won’t let them win.

I don’t sleep much anymore now,
I’m so tired all the time.
I drag my feet through each day
When I come home,
I lie awake at night
I don’t sleep much anymore now,
I’m so tired all the time

Yeah! I’m so tired all the time!


Lyrics submitted by dylanmaustin

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