"Sunny Days" as written by and Coverdale....
I'm tired of bars in Boston
'bin feeling small in New York
Scared of guns in Houston
An' tired of business talk

Don't want to talk about it baby,
Don't want to get in no fight
I just want to go to a rock'n'roll show
An' shiver and shake all night

There's a riot in the Hyatt
An' madness in the Holiday Inn
So throw your big leg over me, babe
I might not feel this good again

See-see-crazy, the road can make you crazy
Makes you bold, an' get cold
Cold in your jellyroll
So wontcha

Take me back to sunny days again
I won't be leavin' until the summer ends
Leave me in the company of friends
I left behind me, many miles away

Here, there, everywhere
No doubt about it, I had my share
Paid my dues, got my rock'n'roll shoes
An' that's alright?
But, I never, never, never thought I'd see the day
When I'd be dancin' alone, so take me where the music,
Take me where the music play
Then you can

Take me back to sunny days again
I won't be leaving until the summer ends
Leave me in the company of friends
I left behind me many
Oh so many
I left behind me
Many miles away


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"Sunny Days" as written by David Coverdale

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