Sugar Mice Karaoke Marillion

Karaoke Sugar Mice Marillion

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Lyrics of Sugar Mice

I was flicking through the channels on the TV
On a Sunday in
Milwaukee in the rain
Trying to piece together conversations
Trying to find out where to lay the blame
But when it comes right down to it there's no use trying to pretend
For when it gets right down to it there's no one here that's left to blame
Blame it on me you can blame it on me
We're just sugar mice in the rain
I heard Sinatra calling me down through the floorboards
Where you pay a quarter for a partnership in rhyme
To the jukebox crying in the corner
While the waitress is counting out the time
For when it gets right down to it there's no use trying to pretend
But when it gets right down to it there's no one really left to blame
Blame it on me oh you can blame it on me
We're just sugar mice in the rain
'Cos I know what I feel know what I want
I know what I am daddy took a raincheck
'Cos I know what I want know what I feel
I know what I need daddy took a raincheck
Your daddy took a raincheck
Ain't no one in here that's left to blame but me
Blame it on me blame it on me
Well the toughest thing that I ever did
Was talk to the kids on the phone
When I heard them asking questions
I knew that you were all alone
Can't you understand that the government left me out of work
I just couldn't stand the looks on their faces saying what a jerk
So if you want my address it's number one at the end of the bar
And I sit with the broken angels
Clutching at straws and nursing our scars
Blame it on me blame it on me sugar mice in the rain
Your daddy took a raincheck your daddy took a raincheck

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