"Neighborhood" as written by and Tift Merritt....
I saw you with somebody that you don't love.
You like to show her off, you like to think highly of
The easy mistake that you made, she's a friend of a friend.
A pretty fight in a dress, just a goodbye again.

Baby, you can't run round.
Honey, it don't look good.
Baby, you can't run round.
With just anybody in the neighborhood.

It's someone else's dishes, someone else's window.
Someone else's engine, underneath someone else's radio.
I know what they told you, I've seen the way that they do.
I'm sick of the hard way, I'm gonna walk right up to you, tell you honey


Go on, take my midnight.
Go on, take it down.
Go on, give it away, baby.
To the stranger you're living for.
What stranger are you living for now?


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"Neighborhood" as written by Tift Merritt


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