by Ritt Momney

Jack William Rutter (born October 12, 1999), better known as Ritt Momney, is an American singer-songwriter from Salt Lake City, Utah. His stage name is a spoonerism of American politician Mitt Romney, who was the Republican nominee during the 2012 United States presidential election and is currently a United States Senator representing Rutter’s home state of Utah since 2019.

I could use a good dream tonight
Or even just some sleep
But I'm held by a conscious mind
And a fear of what darkness brings
The sun lights my past like summer
While the night hides the road ahead
And my eyes don't know which to choose
So they'll stay turned back in my head

We hid in your car for days
Told you I wanted for nothing
Then my wants all turned to needs
And my needs all turned away

I play these keys for hours
With my dog sitting at my feet
She's not here 'cause she likes the sound
She just wants me to pick her up

Just give me a time and a place
And surely I won't make it
But tell me to stay away
And surely I'll be there
No such thing as a winnable fight
And if someone had told me earlier
Then maybe I wouldn't be here
Maybe I wouldn't be so tired

Written by: Jack Rutter

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