"Comin' and Goin'" as written by Dennis Earle Lambert and Brian Potter....
Stay at home
Phone that should be ringin'
Quiet as a picture on the wall
Now, tea for one, a song I'm used to singin'
Walking up and down an empty hall
Takin' off a wrinkled dress
That you never got to see
Then you come a-knockin' at my door
You know you could've fooled me

You've got me comin' and goin' baby
And I never know exactly what to do
So I ask myself why should I care?
What is it I see in there?
That makes the same old line sound like it's new?
Oh I'm comin' and goin' crazy over you, ah

Ahh, you and me
Once we get together
For a little while we're Jack and Jill
Baby, baby, now face to face, it's too good to believe it
Sure enough, you leave me standing still
You're a complicated man
But I do the best I can
I go in and out of heaven so fast
I don't know where I am

You've got me comin' and goin' baby
And I never know exactly what to do
So I ask myself why should I care?
What is it I see in there?
That makes the same old line sound like it's new?
Oh, I'm comin' and goin' crazy
Comin' and goin' crazy

You've got me comin' and goin' baby
And I never know, now I never know, what to do, ahh
You've got me comin' and goin' baby
You just don't know what you put me through
When the only face I see is you
You've got me comin' and goin' baby
Say the magic isn't really gone
It's you I'm still depending on


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"Comin' and Goin'" as written by Dennis Earle Lambert Brian Potter

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