"It's Not My Problem" as written by Angus Peter Mcdonald and Connie Thembi Mitchell....
In this atmosphere tonight
Climbing up the walls
Is somebody with you?
Always with yourself tonight
Even if you want
I will be over here
Always the better
But never on Tuesdays
Living in a letter
With yourself tonight
With yourself
Why?

It’s not my problem
If we can work it out,
Why even try?
It’s not my problem
Suppose we make or break
And we take sides
It’s not my problem
Cat gone and got your tongue
I’m sticking it out
It’s not my problem
If you’re all by yourself alone tonight

Alongside of fear tonight
Never think it’s gonna change
What’s the matter with you?
I think I need a bar tonight
Always is better
But never on Tuesdays

It’s not my problem
If we can work it out,
Why even try?
It’s not my problem
Suppose we make or break
And we take sides
It’s not my problem
Cat gone and got your tongue
I’m sticking it out
It’s not my problem
If you’re all by yourself alone tonight


This was the easiest part
Saying goodbye
We were loved for once
And this was the easiest part
But not what we figured out
We were in love, love, love.
And you push and pull
And you break your back on the line
And tears are lost when you think about how it was
And I think I told you before, I won’t say it again
And every time I feel my heart on the line

It’s not my problem
If we can work it out,
Why even try?
It’s not my problem
Suppose we make or break
And we take sides
It’s not my problem
Cat gone and got your tongue
I’m sticking it out
It’s not my problem
If you’re all by yourself alone tonight

And what do we ever do (tonight)
If you’re all by yourself alone tonight
On the line
If you’re all by yourself alone tonight
And what do we ever do
If you’re all by yourself alone tonight
On the line
If you’re all by yourself alone tonight
(whistle)


Lyrics submitted by alterEgo

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