"Long Island (What's Keeping Me From Here, Or Anywhere Else To Be Exact)" as written by Louis James Defabrizio, Joey Bradshaw, John Allen Fortson, Jeffrey Ronald Irizarry and Andy Simonds....
I walked to Long Island with nothing more
Than a paper hat I found to keep me warm
Sometimes it seems you get what you need
So let's decide darling, either we heal or we bleed

It's often that I wish I'd forget myself
Brought me to your knees, it took a little help
So let's be honest or let's move on
Let's pretend, sugar, ain't nothing wrong

I'm fine just where I am
I'm fine, just let me be
You're fine just where you are
You're fine

Open your door and I may be there
Crack your window, let in the summer air
And all this time you were looking too far
Upstairs overhead I was drunk on the floor

You came and went like autumn or spring
If you can't count on me
You can't count on anything

I'm fine just where I am
You're fine just where you are
I'm fine just where I am
You're fine, just let me be

What's keeping me
What's keeping me
What's keeping me
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"Long Island (Whats Keeping Me from Here or Anywhere to Be Exact)" as written by Jeffrey Ronald Irizarry Andy Simonds

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