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I Won't Ever Be Happy Again


by Bright Eyes. Buy album CD: Don't Be Afraid Of Turning The Page [EP]


Well morning came
And it dressed the sky
In a lovely yellow gown
And the shops they are
All opening
In that narrow hallway of downtown
Filled with people who
Are shopping for
Their lovers and their friends
So they won't ever be lonely again
Well a forest fenced
becomes backyards
Like songs are born from sound
And the apple fell
And it taught us all
We are chained here to the ground
So here we go
But there ain't no escape
Yeah, these streets they're just dead ends
So I won't ever be happy again
Well, it seems you too
See a painful blue
When you stare into the sky
You could never understand
The motion of a hand waving goodbye
But as the story goes
or it is often told
A new day will arise
And all the dance halls will
Be full of skeletons
That are coming back to life
And on a grassy hill
the lion will
lay down with the lamb
And I won't ever be lonely again
No, no, no, no, no
But until that time
I think I had better find
some disbelief to suspend
Cause I don't wanna feel like this again



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Album: Don't Be Afraid Of Turning The Page [EP] (2000) Lyrics
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  1. Going For The Gold
  2. Oh, You Are The Roots That Sleep Beneath My Feet And Hold The Earth In Place
  3. I Won't Ever Be Happy Again
  4. No Lies, Just Love
  5. Kathy With A K's Song
  6. Mirrors And Fevers

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