Passenger – A Song for the Drunk and Broken Hearted

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[Verse 1]
Sweet Sunday afternoon
September’s golden brown
Summer always fades too soon
Like the laughter of a clown

And shadows fill the room
Where sorrows come to drown
Your heart’s a lead balloon
As you sink another one down

[Pre-Chorus]
I know it numbs the way you feel
Blurs what is right and what is real
And there’s no love left you can steal

[Chorus]
For the joker laughs along
As the jester’s outsmarted
The gambler tries to win back what he’s lost
And the sad man sings a song
For the drunk and broken hearted
And the fool, he never knows how much it cost

[Verse 2]
Sweet Sunday afternoon
And all that can be heard
Is an old familiar tune
Though you’ve forgotten half the words

And sunlight floods the room
Like a silent flock of birds
And hope’s a red balloon
Disappearing through the clouds

[Pre-Chorus]
I know it numbs the way you feel
Blurs what is right and what is real
There’s no one here to make a deal with

[Chorus]
For the joker laughs along
And the jester’s outsmarted
The gambler tries to win back what he’s lost
Oh, and the sad man, he sings a song
For the drunk and broken hearted
And the fool, he never knows how much it cost

[Instrumental Bridge]

[Chorus]
Yea well the joker, he laughs along
As the jester’s outsmarted
The gambler tries to win back what he’s lost
Yeah, and the sad man, he sings a song
For the drunk and broken hearted
And the fool, he never knows how much it cost
Well the fool, he never knows how much it cost

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