'Til somebody looked at you like an animal asleep
Thinking "How have I been breathing without you next to me?
"I've loved you for years, glad to finally meet"
And you locked him away to keep

'Til somebody turned the lights down on the crowd
And everything flew into focus around
Your hawk-colored eyelashes, crippling sound
And your mouth, moving pretty loud

Singing oh, you done done me wrong
Oh you done done me wrong, you done done me wrong
Now you, please, don't do me wrong
Please don't do me wrong

And one rusted April night, I listened to your sound
With the drunks and the statuettes tumbling around
I just couldn't move from my place on the ground

While cigarette fiends who loved you with words
Were dripping with pleas and you called it absurd
But he never listens so he never gets hurt

Just sings oh, you done done me wrong
Oh you done done me wrong, you done done me wrong
Now you, please, don't do me wrong
Please don't do me wrong

But there was nothing left out there on the porch
But your bag and your bones and your burnt out old torch
And you, the good witch of the north
I've got harrowing stories to tell
I saw Cynthia dropped down the well
I've got harrowing stories to tell to you

The night that the song cycle ended all right
You got into your car and you drove through the light
Bonfires in your mind blazing so bright

Screaming oh, you done done me wrong
Oh you done done me wrong, you done done me wrong
Now you, please, don't do me wrong
Please don't do me wrong


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Good Witch song meanings
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