I Can Sleep Tomorrow

from by Hotel for Margaret



Greg wrote this track before he moved to Texas, and when he brought it to me, I knew it was something I wanted to be a part of.


Verse 1:
I can sleep tomorrow, it's not that big a deal,
Cause now I'm crossing borders, into unknown territories,
I know that this must make me look just a little bit crazy,
For something different, but that's where you come in now,
I know you'll listen to every single word I have to say,
about the destination that I took to get here.

Verse 2:
And now I'm frozen, I'm at a lack of go,
My brain can't publish the words onto this tongue,
I use to do it with such elegant and graceful fashion,
And now I murmur "it's better than before,"
All I produce were stutters, while over the phone,
And I know you'll get frustrated with me,
And tell me just to shut up.

A hundred miles is only a hands length away,
On these road maps, and when I think it through,
I know I'm without you,
A hundred miles is only a hands length away,
On these road maps and when I think it through
I know I'm without you,
For just a little bit longer,
For just a little bit,

Verse 3:
Sleep my dear, dreaming those dreams
That have come so clear to me,
And sleep is coming easy,
It makes the world spin,
It makes the world sleep tight,
It makes the world question who we are,
and we're flawed.


from Hotel for Margaret, released March 21, 2015
Alan Danger - Guitar/Bass/Programming/Backing Vocal
Greg Stout - Guitar/Lead Vocal


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