"At Night She Sleeps" as written by and Jack Blades Kelly Keagy....
Living alone in her own little room In her own little world, oh yeah Walking alone down her own little street While the city's asleep, oh yeah Nobody knows her She's a lonely girl in a lonely world At night she sleeps all alone she weeps With her head on her pillow, yeah With tears in her eyes She remembers his smile As she studies the photograph They were together She held his hand and it broke my heart They were forever But she turned her back and he was gone At night she sleeps Is she dreaming of him While she's making love to me At night she sleeps She keeps calling his name Imagine what it's doing to me At night she sleeps by day she hides Behind the wings of her heroes, yeah She seals her fate in a car on a date With some loser from Birmingham They were together She held his hand and it broke my heart I saw them together I turned around and walked away At night she sleeps Is she dreaming of him While she's making love to me At night she sleeps She keeps calling his name Imagine what it's doing to me At night she sleeps At night she sleeps Is she dreaming of him While she's making love to me At night she sleeps She keeps calling his name Imagine what it's doing to me At night she sleeps Is she dreaming of him While she's making love to me At night she sleeps She keeps calling his name Imagine what it's doing to me At night she sleeps Are you sleeping? Are you sleeping? Dormez vous Are you sleeping? Are you sleeping? Dormez vous Are you sleeping? Are you sleeping? Dormez vous Are you sleeping? Are you sleeping?


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"At Night She Sleeps" as written by Jack Blades Kelly Keagy

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