Not really lookin' for,
for nothing special,
Just someplace that I can call my own,
I'm growing tired of, of running wild,
It's time I settled down

There seems to be some lights on,
but ain't nobody home
I think I see some lights on,
But there ain't nobody home

Ain't being choosy, but
Don't want no floozy,
And that's not much to ask

She's a nice place to visit
But I wouldn't want to live her,
Nice place to visit
Hey, is anybody home?

Seeing is believing,
But looks can be deceiving,
What you get ain't always what you see
I like what' s down there,
But no one is upstairs,
I think there's bats in the belfry

She's a nice place to visit
But I wouldn't want to live her,
Nice place to visit
Hey, is anybody home?

I don't know what's come over me,
I'm blinded by the scenery,
Nice place to visit,
I don't know what I'm gonna do
I'm coming back because of you,
Nice place to visit, visit, visit...

There seems to be some lights on,
but ain't nobody home
I think I see some lights on,
But there ain't nobody home

This big bad wolf knows
Which way the wind blows,
And which little piggy's
house is made of brick,
Must have vacated, or mislocated,
There's just toys, toys in the attic

(Hey, is anybody home?)
Knock, knock, who's there?
She's a nice place to visit


Lyrics submitted by Grind838

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