"Sun Hotel" as written by and Greg Barnett Eric Keen....
I remember you well at the Sun Hotel
Where we were waiting impatiently
For a decent night's sleep

It's like I've landed in the rubble of my past life
And I never seem to board a return flight
From the shame, the fear, the guilt that's tough to mention
The kind that always pries your eyelids open

And I'm pretty sure this corner of the world
Is the loneliest corner in the whole world
Maybe it's me or the bartender
This Budweiser or the other customers
When all eyes are glued on the six o'clock news
For another fire, another impending deer season
I'll leave you alone
I will leave you alone and you will leave me alone

I remember you well at the Sun Hotel
Where we were waiting impatiently
For a decent night's sleep
I remember you well at the Sun Hotel
Where we were running out of money
Where we were grinding down our teeth


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

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