"Can't Mind My Own Business" as written by and Nicholas Hodgson James Rix....
There's times
There's times when I look around
There's times when I look up and down
Up and down my street
And I'm not very pleased

You complain
You complain behind a twitching blind
Writing strong worded letters to The Times
And you might even post them
If you dared go outside

I can't mind my own business
Thats why I've never, never had a trouble
I can't mind my own business, yeah
That's why I've never, never had a trouble with you

There were times
There were times when I truly believed
That everybody was out to get me
I know that's no longer true
Cuz now their out to get you

And these days
These days there's a kitchen knife
At the bottom every Bag For Life
So keep yourself to yourself
Or you'll end up in a canal

I can't mind my own business
That's why I've never, never had a trouble
I can't mind my own business, yeah
That's why I've never, never had a trouble with you
With you

I can't mind my own business
That's why I've never, never had a trouble
I can't mind my own business yeah
That's why I've never, never had a trouble
I can't mind my own business
That's why I've never, never had a trouble
I can't mind my own business, yeah
That's why I've never, never had a trouble with you


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"Can't Mind My Own Business" as written by Charles Richard Wilson Andrew White

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    General CommentCheers! One possible alteration:You put
    'You complain
    You complain behind a twitching line'
    Is it possible that it is
    'You can't blame,
    You can't blame it on a twitching blind'
    As in a paranoid person constantly looking out from behind their blinds?
    Just a thought. Again cheers for the lyrics
    KCLyricson July 16, 2011   Link

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