"Tonight" as written by and Jared Followill Matthew Followill....
Tonight, somebody's lover
Is gonna pay for a sin
It's coming on, it's coming on
I don't know, just what is leading me
Or if time is on my side
It's coming on, it's coming on

I don't know why I keep acting this way
And everybody knows it's strange
And it's something along the way
Something along the way

Well my seat, lights on Broadway
I know it's gonna be a long night
It's coming on, it's coming on

I don't know why I keep acting this way
And everybody knows it's strange
And it's something along the way
Something along the way

A hole in my head, I can feel it all
The neon lights my way
And it's something along the way
There's something along the way

Tonight, gonna leave my body
Tonight, gonna leave my body

Tonight, somebody's lover
Is gonna pay for his sin
It's coming on, it's coming on

I don't know why I keep acting this way
And everybody knows it's strange
And it's something along the way
Something along the way

A hole in my head, I can feel it all
The neon lights the way
And it's something along the way
There's something along the way

Gonna leave my body
Tonight, gonna leave my body


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"Tonight" as written by Jared Followill Caleb Followill

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    My InterpretationCould be about their parents relationship detiriorating, told from their Dad's point of view? Somehow this is the vibe I get from this song for some reason...
    ricardo112on August 06, 2014   Link
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    General Comment"Well my seat, lights on Broadway..."
    Come on! This is a joke right?
    It's "when I see the lights on Broadway I know it's gonna be a long night." As in Broadway, Nashville.

    What a song this is! It has a similar vibe to The Immortals with the big falling sensation of the chorus. Beautiful backing vocals
    FuzzyRushon October 21, 2013   Link

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