"I Won't Ever Go Drinking Again" as written by Glenn Martin Tilbrook and Christopher Henry Difford....
When daylight appears through a crack in the curtain
I'm laying in bed, staring up at the skirting
I'm alone in my room but someone is turning the key in the door

And I wake up to find it's still daylight outside
There's a taste in my mouth like the thoughts in my mind
And I wake up to find that I left on the light the world can take a jump

I'm feeling like a lump when daylight appears
Through a crack in my mind, I won't ever go drinking again

When daylight appears, it's the third time around
And I swear, I won't drink ever again with that crowd
What on earth did I say, did I let the side down? I've been guilty before

And I wake up to see the old wonderful me
All naked and wrinkled from knots in the sheets
And I get up to see my hair like a tree the world can shut the door

'Cause I'm feeling so sore when daylight appears
With my eyes full of sleep, I won't ever go drinking again

How my head's like an anvil, go the sparks as I angle
Goes the spray from the shower, how could I smell like a flower?
Yeah, I feel like weed in the rain

I won't ever go drinking again
I won't ever go drinking again



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"I Won't Ever Go Drinking Again" as written by Glenn Tilbrook Chris Difford

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