Miranda Lambert – Ugly Lights

Miranda Lambert – Ugly Lights

I don’t remember when the liquor started kicking in
It’s been a while since I’ve been up this long
I really hate to say I’m turning into a cliché
I’m hoping that nobody brings it up
I left my car behind that bar last Sunday night
I’ll get it Monday morning, drive the shame
And last night’s closing [?]
But I don’t know how I got home, but I do know
My head will hurt all day

But I’m still going, and stay too late
And be the groups bartenders hate
The one that doesn’t need another one
When the Romeos and Juliettes have pound all on my cigarettes
The last kiss in the parking lot is done
I’ll be sitting here alone when the ugly lights come off

Well, everybody’s got a spark
It’s easy hiding in the dark in a crowded room
But pockets full of rings
I sit and watch the whiskey poured, the married man, the exit doors
The beginning of another match put flame
And I don’t try to justify the reason I’m not living right
I wear my sadness like a souvenir
I drink too much to fall apart
That’s how I fight this broken heart
So what? If I feel comfortable in here!

‘Cause I’m still going, and stay too late
And be the groups bartenders hate
The one that doesn’t need another one
When the Romeos and Juliettes have pound all on my cigarettes
The last kiss in the parking lot is done
I’ll be sitting here alone when the ugly lights come off

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