"Sick and Tired" as written by Paul Woseen, David Gleeson, Brad Heaney, Richard Lara and Grant Walmsley....
Sometimes I don't feel so good
Most times I think that
I am misunderstood by you and myself
Can't tell if it's night or day
Spend hours in a cigarette haze
I don't care, it's all the same
You see me standing, now watch me fall
'Cause I'm sick of bashing my head
Up against this brick wall
I'm sick and tired
I've had enough; I just can't seem to get off
Said, I've been up and I've been down
I've been straight, and now I feel like
Shooting up the town; I'm just coming down
You see me standing, now watch me fall
'Cause I'm sick of bashing my head
Up against this brick wall
I'm sick and tired
I've had enough
I'm sick and tired
I've had enough; I just can't seem to get off
Goin' so slow; I can't make my motor go
Does it show?
That I'm in too deep and it made a monkey outa me
You see me standing, now watch me fall
'Cause I'm sick of bashing my head
Up against this brick wall
I'm sick and tired
I've had enough
I'm sick and tired
I've had enough; I just can't seem to get off
You've seen me standing
Now you want to watch me fall
I'm sick of bashing my head up against this brick wall
I'm sick and tired
I've had enough
I'm sick and tired
I've had enough; I just can't seem to get off


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"Sick and Tired" as written by David Gleeson Brad Heaney

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