"Stone Cold Sober" as written by Rod Stewart and Stephen Lee Cropper....
Never get to bed before sunup,
Always get caught in the rain,
Sometimes I might get in trouble,
Never was one to complain.
Now gentleman, you must agree
Ain't it worth it when you're out on cloud thirty-three
To be stone cold sober again,
Down in the alley again,
Stone cold sober again.

Never found a dime in a gutter,
Always get my best friends drunk.
If the president tries to call me,
Say " Rodney, come on over for lunch"
I'd say, " Gentlemen, excuse me please
But I'm busy with my buddies up on cloud thirty-three."
Yeah, stone cold sober again,
Down in the alley again,
Stone cold sober again.

Sunday is a drag, so forget it,
Monday you can make up for that
Tuesday, take a taste for dinner,
If you're all right spend it in bed.
But on Thursday prepare for your weekend
And let Friday disappear into Saturday morning'
When you're stone cold sober again,
Down in the alley again,
Stone cold sober again.
Stone cold sober again,
Down in the alley again,
Stone cold sober again.

I don't mind stone cold sober again,
Down in the alley again,
Stone cold sober again.


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"Stone Cold Sober" as written by Stephen Lee Cropper Rod Stewart

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    Song ComparisonStone Cold Sober is a stone cold ripoff of Keith Richards' Happy. Although I'm sure Keith would raise a glass and toast to that.
    franklintitanon September 09, 2015   Link

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