Greg Sneddon

Greg Sneddon

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The Wrong Hotel

Written By: Greg Sneddon

VERSE 1& 2
Lying in a police cell, Oh how hard the floor is, The freezing concrete ices my bones.
This morning when I woke up, my life looked full of promise, Now I’m on the way to jail
You think you’ve got thing sorted, The world is warm and friendly, The hammer drops and down you go.
Buried in the train wreck, Thought I’d let my hair down, Blow the cobwebs like normal people do.
CHORUS 1
Don’t get me started on my social life. If I get bail I’ll be going home tonight
You want a blanket you’re in the wrong hotel, If anyone’s left around here, they don’t hear to well.
VERSE 3&4
Since today went pear shaped, probably time I went straight, Give up the drink and make out right
Funny where the mind goes, as the cold seeps through those thin clothes. It’s almost like I’d seen the light.
Don’t think about a cigarette, you gotta go through court yet, and the magistrate may not grant bail
Kick the walls you’ll soon get warm, maybe then you’ll sleep soon, Either way’s the same by me.
CHORUS 2
Don’t think to much where all your friends have gone, there’s too many hours before the lights go on,
You want a friend you’re in the wrong hotel, and if you keep yelling like that, you won’t do too well
CHORUS 3
Don’t get me started on my social life. If I get bail I’ll be going home tonight
You want a blanket you’re in the wrong hotel. There’s only the death watch left, in these cold police cells..