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"Brought Down" was written by Lynott, Philip Parris.
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I was seldom sober in nineteen hundred and fifty-four
Hey baby, maybe 'cause my baby had a baby by me
And I was still drinking dry gin while you cried "No, no more"
And you were lyin' and a cryin' and your tears fell dying on the floor

And I'm brought down
And I don't think, I can get up again
Brought down
And my heart is hurt again
Brought down
Brought down
Brought down

You were the fine lady in the early mornings
That always painted her toes
Lookin' towards the east
You'd say hello to the early dawn before they rose

And you were the love lady
That always hung up her finely pressed clothes
And sayin' so long to the western sundown
You taught me how it grows

And I'm brought down
And I don't think, I can get up again
Brought down
And you just hurt my heart again
Brought down
Brought down
I'm brought down

Brought down
Brought down
Brought down

Brought down
I'm brought down
And I don't think, I can get up again
Brought down
I'm brought down
I'm hurt, it's bad
Brought down
God, it's a shame there's no more Dr. Strangely Strange
Brought down
And I'm Brought down
Brought down
Brought down
And there must be more to life than this

Songwriters
LYNOTT, PHILIP PARRIS

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