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Happy someday

by Plain White T'S. Buy album CD: Stop

It's just another old Sunday
A few more hours til it's Monday
The weekend's almost over
I feel myself getting older
It's becoming more and more apparent
I'm turning out like my parents
I hate going to bed early
But I gotta go work
for a man who doesn't know my name
Makes me wear a uniform
so everybody looks the same
But I can't be late
I've got those credit card bills I gotta pay

Hey hey hey, I'm gonna be happy someday

Then finally it's Friday
I'm thinkin' life's going my way
But there's nothing to do
Guess I'll hang out with my friends
And I know we'll end up at a show
Where they'll drink away
the dreams they gave up long ago
But I can't complain cause
I've been right there doing the same

Someday I'll be happy
Will someone tell me when will that be?
Somewhere I lost track of what's right
and now I'm stuck on the sidelines
What doesn't kill you makes you stronger
Not gonna take it any longer
It's time to take back control of my life

Someday I'll have everything
I'll get paid money just to sing
A new car and a big house
A few kids running around
I'm gonna marry my girlfriend
And fall in love all over again
Someday I'll have it all

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Album: Stop (2002) Lyrics
cd Buy "Stop" CD
  1. A lonely spetember
  2. Stop
  3. Please don't do this
  4. What if
  5. Fireworks
  6. Leavin'
  7. Shine
  8. Your fault
  9. Happy someday
  10. A lonely september
  11. Can't turn away
  12. Penny (perfect for you)
  13. Radios in heaven


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