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Written by Jonathan David Goodwin

Lyrics

I’ve been sippin’ off this bottle in some old motel
Cigarette smoke fills the atmosphere
I hear the mission bells
Ringin’ from the downtown square
Yeah, on a Sunday afternoon

Well I’ve been strung out on the road for a year or two
And stumbling through the alleyways away from view
To find some watering hole
A place where I can cleanse my soul
From the memory of you

Oh but nothing’s changed
I still think of you each day
You’re in my heart and every breath I take
Oh but you’ve gone away
So I’ve got to move on
‘Cause the nights they grow so long

How I long to feel your warm embrace
Yeah, a woman’s kiss, her taste
Just to feel again
Oh, tonight I could use a friend
I want to touch your skin
Yeah, tonight I could use a friend

I’ve been sippin’ off this bottle in some old motel
Throwin’ nickels and dimes in this wishing well
But my dreams don’t come true
Girl, I’m lost in love with you
Lost in love with you

Yeah, but nothing’s changed
I still think of you each day
You’re in my heart and every breath I take
Oh, but you’ve gone away
So, I’ve got to move on
Oh the nights they grow so long

How I long to feel your warm embrace
Yeah, a woman’s kiss, her taste
Just to feel again
Oh, tonight I could use a friend
I want to touch your skin
Yeah, tonight I could use a friend
To feel again
Well, tonight I could use a friend