"Window shopping" as written by and Lisa Loeb Dave R. Bassett....
Try me on
Take me home
The tags are on
It's still a loan
Warranty is in the sack
You can always take me back
Go window shopping again
Window shopping again

Scan the shelves for something red
It's different
It's brighter than the ones you had to have
They didn't last
They just fade
And you go window shopping again
Window shopping again

[Chorus]
Window shopping again
Window shopping again
There's no stopping window shopping
Window shopping again

There's miles and miles of strip mall smiles
Waiting to check you out
And all the conversations
Not so subtle invitations
But isn't that what this is all about

Oops...there's a hole in the shrink wrap
You didn't notice that
Lucky you, they'll take it back
The warranty is in the sack
Besides there's always something more
Something better...a bigger store
To go...
[Chorus]
[Repeat]

Try me on
Take me home
The tags are on
It's still a loan
The warranty is in the sack
You can always take me back



Lyrics submitted by andthewindcriesmary

"Window Shopping" as written by Lisa A. Loeb Dave Richard Bassett

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing

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