"Hain't It Funny" as written by and Bob Newarth T Bone Burnett....
We made love last night
Wasn't good wasn't bad
Intimate strangers made me kinda sad
Now when I woke up this morning
Coffee wasn't on
It slowly dawned on me that my baby is gone
My baby's gone

Guess I shouldn't be so shocked
I guess I shouldn't be so surprised
Guess I sorta noticed the sadness in your eyes
All this time together
And I still feel so alone
Two of us together couldn't make this house a home
My baby's gone
My baby's gone
Oh so long

Umf maybe I'm a little bit relieved
Maybe even a little bit glad
Now that you're gone maybe I won't feel so sad
So I'm packing your things and
Leaving them outside and
Neighbors can talk themselves up into a storm I'll survive
My baby's gone
My baby's gone
Oh...so long

Did you forget something my love
I see you're back outside
Looking at your suitcases looking oh so surprised
Ain't it funny
One of life's little jokes
Thought you'd gone for good
But you'd only gone...for smokes

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"Hain't It Funny" as written by Bob Newarth T Bone Burnett

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