"June Gloom" as written by and James Ghaleb Alexandra Hughes....
(La-la, la-la, la, la-la, la-la)

One too idle
Oh, I'm in a spiral
Take me for a Sunday drive

Three or four glasses
Hot and heavy ashes
Falling like a snow in July (snow in July)

Free time for memories (free time)
Places I'll never be (I'll be)
People I'll never see
I know why

June gloom
In my room
These days I like to stay inside
Watching the kids get high

June gloom
Oh, doom, doom
And we're feeling the big decay
So put up your hands and say
June gloom

What a beautiful sadness
June gloom
What a beautiful day

Season passes
Jerseys for the masses
Put me in the very front row (in the very front row)

Uh, clear blue skying
All the stars are dying
Like everyone that I'll ever know (I'll ever know)

Uh, free time for memories (free time)
Places I'll never be (I'll be)
People I'll never see
I know why

June gloom (June gloom)
In my room
These days I like to stay inside
Watching the kids get high

June gloom (June gloom)
Oh, doom, doom
And we're feeling the big decay
So put up your hands and say
June gloom

What a beautiful sadness
June gloom
What a beautiful day


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"June Gloom" as written by James Ghaleb Alexandra Hughes

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