"She Don't Come Around Here Anymore" as written by and William Joseph Ricchini....
I hear her voice
Calling from the street
I see her shape
Pressed into my sheets
I wait for her
To walk in from the door
But she don't come
Around here anymore

In the walls
I smell her cologne
Left her locks
Restin' in my comb
I found her slip
Hiding in the drawer
But she don't come
Around here anymore

She don't come
Around here anymore

And I cannot
Blame the toothbrush
As it sits there all alone
And I cannot blame the books that
From the library on loan
But I heard you lost some weight
You cut your hair
You got new clothes
There's nothing left for you here I suppose

Details that
Sow us to your mind
Of all those things
That she left behind
Why can't it be
Like it was before?
But she don't come
Around here anymore

She don't come
Around here anymore

She won't come
Around here anymore

She don't come
Around here anymore


Lyrics submitted by nohitter151

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