"Sunday Morning" as written by Jeremy Ryan Menard, Zachariah Lehman Andresen, Francis Justin Romantino and Carl Jacob Sciscio....
Good morning
It's always the same
I'm loosing this game
My sanity is walking out the door

I'm sinking
Right into the floor
Can't take anymore
I'm not the mat you're stepping on anymore

Sunday morning
Don't want to face the world today
I'm Drunk and swerving
I'm Late for work and under paid
Sunday morning
I just want to be left alone
We're all alone

New sensation
A corporate imitation
A paycheck isn't worth your nine to five

We've got to let the man know
We've got our lives in control
We have to tear it up
Burn it down
Enjoy the show

Sunday morning
Don't want to face the world today
I'm Drunk and swerving
I'm Late for work and under paid
Sunday morning
I just want to be left alone
We're all alone

I'd sell my soul
(And I feel fine)
I'd sell my soul
(And I'm doing fine)
I'd sell my soul
(And I'm doing fine)
To live like David Grohl

Sunday morning
Don't want to face the world today
I'm Drunk and swerving
I'm Late for work and under paid
Sunday morning
I just want to be left alone
We're all alone


Lyrics submitted by Aj5855

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