"Bright Lights" as written by and Ciaran Mcauley....
Wake up in New York City
Lying on the floor
Just outside of Marcy's - West 54 “wow”
You gonna know my name by the end of the night “well”
You gonna know my name by the end of the night “well”
Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
I don’t care no, no
You don’t care
Start up with the bottle
End it up with the bottle
Taking shots, waiting for tomorrow
Trying to fill up, was hollow
You gonna know my name
You gonna know my name
Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
I don’t care no, no
Cause you don’t care
Get lost in this city trying to find myself
I woke up with different versions
Came down somebody else
I know it ain´t right
But its song in my head
Wow I’m surprised
I’m still alive I should breathe in
Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
I don’t care no, no
You don’t care
You gonna know my name
You gonna know my name
You gonna know my name
You gonna know my name by the end of the night, well…


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    General CommentCan't believe nobody has commented on this song! Saw him live at Wakarusa I had never heard of him before then, but man did he put on a show. He played this song and I was blown away!
    mlilly24on July 10, 2012   Link
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    General Commentlove this song!
    justawayon December 03, 2012   Link
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    General CommentCan't wait to see this guy live. I was at the Experience Music Project in Seattle this weekend--standing in the Sky Church right outside of the Hendrix exhibit--and saw the film recording of his performance of Bright Lights from Clapton's Crossroads guitar festival from 2010. Mind = Blown.
    phorton44on February 03, 2014   Link

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