"Standin' In My Light" as written by and Ian Hunter....
Well I finally found you out
All through your mess of dreams
You won't make it to the night
and your standing in my light
You know you've been bad for me
You ain't got the weight to hate
But you ain't no pretty sight
And your standing in my light

Move over cause your standing in my light
Move over cause your standing in my light
Move over cause your standing in my light (yeah)
Move over cause your standing in my light

Now when your old man beats the drums
Gotta run run run that's dumb
A little less ego A little more fight
Move over cause your standing in my light

Things go bad and the risks get high
Sweeping dead bodies 'cross an open sky
You took my pictures from your walls
Ain't gonna trade with the pain of the New York Dolls

Move over cause your standin in my
(Move over cause your standin in my)
Move over cause your standin in my
(Move over cause your standin in my)
Move over cause you standin in my
(Move over cause your standin in my)
Move over cause you standing in my light
Move over cause your standing in my light
Move over cause your standing in my light
Move over cause your standing in my light
Move over cause your standing in my light
Move over cause your standing in my light Yeah.......Alright
Move over cause your standing in my light

I wish you luck on your very last chance
Cause I knew you blew it at the song and dance
you froze my feelings, but thats alright
and your standing in my light



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    General Comment
    Sounds like a song of a woman that was holding him down. MAybe even a divorse song. One of his best, I love the song.
    danv1962on May 13, 2009   Link
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    General Comment
    Sounds like a song of a woman that was holding him down. MAybe even a divorse song. One of his best, I love the song.
    danv1962on May 13, 2009   Link

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