Paul Arthur

Paul Arthur

BandCountryFolk

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Lyrics

Devil in Your Head

Written By: Paul Oberley

Devil in Your Head

½ CH:
A devil in your head, boys
a devil in your head
You’ll wake up in the morning with a devil in your head

On the day that I turned twenty-one, my daddy said to me
Go have a good time son, but remember fun ain’t free
Your friends may buy you every drink, you may not spend a dime
But you’ll find you’ll pay a very heavy price come morning time

CH:
A devil in your head, boys,
A devil in your head
You’ll wake up in the morning with a devil in your head
Your head is thick and heavy,
Your eyes are bloodshot red,
You woke up in the morning with a devil in your head

That lesson made me wiser, and I learned a little more
But I guess there are some lessons that you learn how to ignore
Saturday night I’d recall, good times were clear to me
but that painful Sunday morning seemed a distant memory

CH:
A devil in your head, boys,
A devil in your head
You’ll wake up in the morning with a devil in your head
Your head is thick and heavy,
Your eyes are bloodshot red,
You woke up in the morning with a devil in your head

Well the years have rolled on by like kegs, and now I’m settled down
But once or twice a year my friends and I still hit the town
We have a lot of fun, say things like “We should do this more”
But when we talk the next day, we’ll say “What’d we do that for?”

CH:
A devil in your head, boys,
A devil in your head
You’ll wake up in the morning with a devil in your head
Your head is thick and heavy,
Your eyes are bloodshot red,
You woke up in the morning with a devil in your head