"There Goes The Neighborhood" as written by Alan Kemp Laney, Tommy Loren Dodson and Billy Graham....
The house next door just came up for sale
She's goin' home to Mama she says, "He can go to hell."
The couple down the block are splittin' up, I hear
There the third one's on our street this year

It's just another day in Anytown, USA
Somebody's hurt, somebody's blue, somebody moves away
What little they do to make it work don't seem to do much good
When love moves out, there goes the neighborhood

First, they take off their wedding bands
They call it quits then call the moving vans
He takes his and she takes hers
And what's left over gets left out on the curb
It's just another day in Anytown, USA

Somebody's hurt, somebody's blue, somebody moves away
What little they do to make it work don't seem to do much good
When love moves out, there goes the neighborhood

It's just another day in Anytown, USA
Somebody's hurt, somebody's blue, somebody moves away
What little they do to make it work don't seem to do much good
When love moves out, there goes the neighborhood
When love moves out, there goes the neighborhood


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"There Goes the Neighborhood" as written by Billy Graham Alan Kemp Laney

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, AFFILIATED PUBLISHERS, INC., HEART CHART MUSIC

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