"Light's Are On But Nobody's Home" as written by and Gwen Collins....
Playin' with my mind babe
Always accusin' me of doin' wrong
I say you're playin' with my mind, woman
You're always accusin' me of doin' wrong

I can see you're lights on baby
But I can't see, I can't see nobody home

Now here come my mother-in-law
It's the same thing every day
Ever since we been married baby
She tried to drive me away, yeah
Now you're still accusin' me baby
Accusin' me of doin' wrong

I can see your lights on baby
But I can't see, I can't see nobody home

When I have to go to work
I gotta go to work downtown
If I get home a little late baby
You say I'm out messin' around
Now you're still accusin' me baby
Accusin' me of doin' wrong

I can see your lights on baby
But I can't see, I can't see nobody home


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"Lights Are on But Nobody's Home" as written by Gwendolyn Louise Collins

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