Last Cup of Coffee

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Tom Jensen, words
Justin Justice, additional words and music.

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It's just another morning as the sun comes up again
Take your first sip of coffee, say hello to your friend
Take a peek at the paper; any good news today?
But it seems like nothing's going on, so face-down it will stay

Eight-o-clock in the morning and your job cries out your name
Sitting down at your computer but something is gonna change
Another sip of coffee, but your papers stay in your drawer
So many places you'd rather be

And then you see a sight among sights
You arise from your seat
As you feel the ground beneath your feet crumbling
And you're still sitting here, on the sixty-sixth floor
You should've watched the sunrise
Could have been living for more
But today it is marked as your day to die
As two tears, they form in your eyes

It was just another morning
Yeah, the sun came up again
Took one last sip of coffee, said hello to your friend
How could today have really been any better?

But then you saw the sight among sights
That sight that blinds your eyes
And you felt the ground beneath your feet crumbling
And you were just sitting there, on the sixty-sixth floor
Hoping a miracle came, hoping you'd live just one day more
But today it was marked as the start of the end
We can't go backwards ever again

And you were just sitting there, on the sixty-sixth floor
Hoping a miracle came, hoping you'd live just one day more
But today it is marked as the start of the end
We can't go backwards ever again

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from Unity (Bonus Track Version), released February 2, 2010
Justin Justice, music
Tom Jensen, words
Justin Justice, performances and recording

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Justin Justice Charlotte, North Carolina

Justin Justice is a songwriter from the United States. He also records music under the artist name Crayon Nation.

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