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 Misery Loves Company
(Mike Ness)
 

   
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17/05/2008 Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJUnited States
   
   
Misery Loves Company
(Mike Ness)

I used to roam all night long
I lurked the streets late at night, I ain't never coming home
But loneliness is part of the game
And misery loves company, yeah yeah

I used to think that I was a king
Fancy cars, fancy clothes and diamond rings
Yeah but happiness it's a funny thing
And misery just loves company, yeah

Don't even try to understand what goes on inside this man
As a boy I used to dream 'cause sometimes life ain't what it seems
Huh!
Huh!

We used to dance under moonlight
But then the tears began to fall
And baby that ain't right
'Cause losing you was part of the game
And misery loves company
'Cause fucking up was part of the game
And misery loves company, yeah yeah
Yeah!
 
 
 

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