"Sunset Garage" as written by Roger Andrew Taylor, Benjamin Hudson Mcildowie, John Taylor, Simon John Charles Le Bon and Nick Rhodes....
So halfway drunk
You'd never feel
With your big eye punk
Fashion fingernails
Something cooking
When you play guitar
What a stake we're in
How did we get so far

Whatever happens, we're okay
Hey, we're still alive
To watch a sunset garage day
Head into the light
Oh, oh with that all goes wrong
We're gonna make it on our own
I promise us a garage day, oh

See how the town comes out
Like a bruise
When the wheels go round
We can do anything
Nobody looking
And then six more come
Maybe later, later
Could take it up from here

Whatever happens, we're okay
Hey, we're still alive
To watch a sunset garage day
Head into the light
Oh, oh with that all goes wrong
We're gonna make it on our own
Oh, oh, if they bring us down
We're gonna break out of this town
Into a sunset garage day, oh

Yesterday looks so dead, so far away
From this point of disarray
Waiting for a sun burn into frame
It's so fine, about the high water life
Shifting with the paradise
Drifting as the drain move into flame

Oh, oh with that all goes wrong
We're gonna make it on our own
Oh, oh, if it all goes wrong
We're gonna make it on our own
It's a sunset garage day, oh yeah
It's a sunset garage day, oh yeah, yeah
It's a sunset garage day, yeah, yeah, yeah


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Sunset Garage" as written by John Taylor Ben Hudson Mcildowie

Lyrics © IMAGEM MUSIC INC, SONGS MUSIC PUBLISHING

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