"Holy Rollers (Hallelujah)" as written by John Baldwin Gourley and Brian Joseph Burton....
Another day in the sunshine
Another day in the clouds
Yesterday hit the fork in the road
And that road only leads me home

Another day feeling crazy
I try my best to keep my feet on the ground
I'm always running around and around and around

You gotta divide it if you wanna find it
If I can add it you can subtract it

I'm not your holy roller
Hallelujah
I'm not your holy roller
Hallelujah
We're holy rollin'
You ought to know
Yeah you best believe
My heart stays at home
But my soul is all alone with me

Another day feeling lazy
Nothing to do guess I'll just do my best
I work all day and sure I get paid
But I could do without the rest

It's harder to find it when everyone hides it
Just like an addict I gotta have it

I'm not your holy roller
Hallelujah
I'm not your holy roller
Hallelujah
We're holy rollin'
You ought to know
Yeah you best believe
My heart stays at home
But my soul is all alone with me

I'm not your holy roller
Hallelujah
I'm not your holy roller
Hell yeah
Bring the message to you
Hallelujah
We're holy rollin'
You ought to know
Yeah you best believe
My soul stayed at home
Cause Hell's the only thing in me
Man Hell's the only thing in me
Man Hell's the only thing in me

I'm not your holy roller
Hallelujah
Holy roller
Hallelujah


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"Holy Roller (Hallelujah)" as written by Brian Joseph Burton John Baldwin Gourley

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    General CommentI've put them in twice, and both times the full lyrics didn't come up. Don't know what the deal is, but just know I tried.
    nickjones724on November 28, 2013   Link

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