"She Lived Here" as written by and Cassidy Catanzaro....
She lived here
Behind that door
Where she played and hung around
Smokin' up
To something but I couldn't tell you what
Don't bother dropping that name by me
Don't bother dropping nothing but the conversation
Or please take your leave
I let it kill me now I let it be
But she's in here
And her shadow left a stain
And I can't get it up
She left a feeling but I couldn't tell you what
Don't let her throw her magic at you
Don't let her can't let her be your meditation
Don't pray too long
Keep one open or she's good as gone

Did it hit where she aimed or where it hurt?
Did they wipe off that smile with dollar bills?
If you're looking for some life she left behind
You'd be better off looking at mine

She lived here
Behind that door
Where she prayed like on hallowed ground
Saving up for something
But she never told me what

Don't bother dropping that name no more
Don't bother dropping nothing but the conversation
Or please there's the door
I let it beat me now I know the score

She lived here
Behind that door
Where she prayed like on hallowed ground
Saving up for something
But she never told me what

Did she blow your mind
Did she make it on time
Did she blow your mind
Did she make it on time
She lived here


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"She Lived Here" as written by Cassidy Catanzaro

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    General CommentThe song of the famous dollar bills. Cassidy wrote this one about time with a former roommate that absolutely hated her.
    finklemeisteron April 30, 2005   Link

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