"Last Call Casualty" as written by Jaret Ray Reddick and Y ....
You, you called me out
You said your done with me
But I can't seem to remember anything at 3am
Am I that guy? The one that's happy hanging with my friends
And 5 drinks in I'm in love again

So if I get drunk and call you up
Don't get pissed and don't hang up
I know its late but its never too late to be
Another last call casualty

I can't remember what I said
But I swear I meant no harm
I tried to knock on your window
But I set off your alarm
And the days dragged on like a tail pipe band
The nights they ain't so long
And the taxi cab I'm riding in is blaring our favorite song again

So if I get drunk and call you up
Don't get pissed and don't hang up
I know its late but its never too late to be
Another last call casualty

I'm sorry a guy picked up the phone
My mind couldn't leave well enough alone
And after the seventh time he hit *69
He said if he finds me I'll be dead
But I'm already in my head
Since he's the one that's lying with you in your bed

So if I get drunk and call you up
Don't get pissed and don't hang up
I know its late but its never too late to be
Another last call casualty

So if I get drunk and call you up
Don't get pissed and don't hang up (another last call casualty)
I know its late but its never too late to be
Another last call casualty
Another last call casualty

So if I get drunk and call you up
Don't get pissed and don't hang up (another last call casualty)
So if I get drunk and call you up
Don't get pissed and don't hang up (another last call casualty)
So if I get drunk and call you up
Don't get pissed and don't hang up (another last call casualty)


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"Last Call Casualty" as written by Butch Walker Jaret Reddick

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