Looks like she kept your keys and she came back
And tore the hell out of everything
Lights come on down the boulevard
As we walk alone

She left a trail of your belongings
Right up to the steps of the downtown train
Lights come on down the boulevard
As it starts to rain

She sure did you wrong
But I'm telling you
Sometimes The Devil raises his own

Didn't I tell you
You should have left that girl alone
Sometimes The Devil raises his own

Nothing you can do
'Cause there's nothing to be done

You know she always looked like she was waiting
Just to tear the hell out of everything
Lights come on down the boulevard
As we walk alone

You know I can almost hear her laughing
Way off to the steps of the downtown train
Lights come on down the boulevard
As we walk alone

She sure did you wrong
But I'm telling you
Sometimes The Devil raises his own

Didn't I tell you
That your heart wouldn't make it home
Sometimes The Devil raises his own

Nothing you can do
'Cause there's nothing to be done

Lights come on down the boulevard
As it starts to rain

She sure did you wrong
Hey but I'm telling you
Sometimes The Devil raises his own

Didn't I tell you
You should have left that girl alone
Sometimes The Devil raises his own

Didn't I tell you
That your heart wouldn't make it home
Sometimes The Devil raises his own

Nothing you can do
'Cause there's nothing to be done


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