"Tonite" as written by Keir Lamont Gist, Robert Huggar, Brenda Russell and Brian Russell....
I get up early just to sit around
A cup of coffee, man, I'm pacing the floor
I'm way too wired, I can't settle down
I smoked a pack between this morning and four
The phone is ringing, man, it never stops
It seems like no one wants to pay to get in
I hear the horn and Tim's on time for once
He's standing curbside with a shit-eating grin

We're east on 94, next stop Paluzzi's door
Hit the bar and everything'll be alright

T-t-tonight
T-t-tonight

The soundcheck's over, so we're out of here
Go meet the boys and see the sights for awhile
I feel alright, let's have another beer
I'm looking good, although I'm so out of style
Scene's like a clock, man, I could set a watch
You're fifteen minutes up, he's run out of time
I hear you're big across the pond somewhere
Go call someone who cares, I'll loan you the dime

We head back to the show, I know the way to go
Hit the bar and everything'll be alright

T-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
Let's go

The crowd is rowdy, getting out of hand
I think the bass amp blew a couple of times
I drank too much, man, I could hardly stand
I think I might've blown a couple of lines
We're headed to the door, next stop

T-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
T-t-tonight, tonight, tonight


Lyrics submitted by nikkus34

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