"In the Mood" as written by Brian Thompson and Patrick Morrison/ Haldane Browne/ Dorothy Smith/ Herbert Harris/ Anthony Kelly....
I was a wild one
Back in the day
I just couldn't say no
But I gave up the cocaine
The pills and the smoke
And now I'm straight as an arrow

Oh, but I'm in the mood
Yeah I'm in the mood
Lord knows I could use a little change in altitude
Can't help it now
I'm in the mood

Alone for the weekend
Got nothin' to do
Just turn some Allman Brothers on
Kick back on the sofa
Just watch the candles burn
I figure, hell, I might as well be stoned

Yeah I'm in the mood
Yeah I'm in the mood
Lord knows I could use a little change in altitude
Who's holding? Come on, tell me now
I'm in the mood

Well I'm not fallin' off the wagon
I got way too much to lose
There's a girl, she sees the best in me
She'll be comin' home soon
I just gotta make it through a few more days

Oh, yeah I'm in the mood
Yeah I'm in the mood
Lord knows I could use a little change in altitude
Can't help it now
I'm in the mood

Yeah I'm in the mood



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"In the Mood" as written by Dorothy Smith Anthony St. Aubyn Kelly

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