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Bright Lights
by Gary Clark Jr.

Woke up, woke up in New York City
Lying on the floor
Just outside of Marcy's, West 54, wow

You gonna know my name by the end of the night, yeah
You gonna know my name by the end of the night, well

Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
I don't care no, no
'Cause you don't care, no

Start off with the bottle
End it up with the bottle
Taking shots, waiting on tomorrow
Trying to fill up, what's hollow

You gonna know my name
You gonna know my name

Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
I don't care no
'Cause you don't care, no

Get lost in this city trying to find myself
I went up a different person
Came down somebody else
I know it ain't right
But it's song in my head
Wow I'm surprised that
I'm still alive I should be dead

Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
Bright lights, big city going to my head
I don't care no, no
'Cause you don't care

Well you gonna know my name
Well you gonna know my name
Well you gonna know my name
Hey! You gonna know my name by the end of the night, well

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written by: CIARAN MCAULEY

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Tfmusicmaker

What people don't know was there was a technical problem.. The P.A. dropped sound so they couldn't hear right. He extended the intro of the song til the sound kicked in on the other guitarist amp... then it came back on. You can see the yellow shirt guy make a face like wtf at the beginning and then works it out. Clark held the song together like glue and extended the intro and improved the leads. At some point They came back on. Also that second lead was improved and extended when the crowd lost it.. That's some balls right there keeping your shit together when things are going wrong and steps up and owns it like a boss that he is. Clapton wrote a note to him saying thank you. You make me want to play again.😀

christopher crane

a1guitars THIS. In my day job if a laptop breaks while i’m giving a presentation i am expected to still deliver . It’s called being a professional. adapt, push on. great song

tlc urnotalone

Damnnnnn

Room 237

“Yellow shirt guy” is Doyle Bramhall II. A great musician and song writer. He’s worked with Greats like Clapton and roger waters, etc. he is the son of doyle senior who played drums for Jimmie and Stevie ray vaughn. Also had some albums of his own.

Room 237

Doyle Bramhall is the “yellow shirt guy”. He’s an amazing song writer and musician

Immanuel Kant

Thats some huge balls playing

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Robbie Munro

The people disliking this are the same ones buying all the pasta and toilet roll in 2020.

Pena pena.W18.

Totally..Good 1,'Same ones..buying..admist.Topsy/Turvy, Times.!.What helps..Ah The Blues🎼🔵🔵🆓🔵'-4-Sure..Always been there(in one way..)&,Will continue to b around..Love Gary Clark.jr'As he's Clearly Picked up..A Love..of playin'Blues..So Good..too.(&,love his Gtr player..left handed..then sm..like dudes who would turn up..all along..Rightous..playing.serving Them 'Blues'-😁

Elisa Rossi

👏🤣👏🔥

Dances_ with_weed

When they show a closeup you can see the entire crowd from the reflection in his glasses. It would make a badass album cover

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