"Three Things" as written by and Temple Mick Jones....
I've checked in and now I can't check out
It seems
I guess my life is in transition
From one kind of a life
To another
From one kind of a life
To another
I find myself living in Heartbreak Efficiencies
At the corner of Governor & West 114th St.
Six units and no doorbells
But what do I need a doorbell for?

All of the men and their women
In the neighborhood
Choose to shout at each other in the streets
Every Saturday night
Early Sunday!
Early Sunday!
Early Sunday!
I tuned them in
Now I can't tune them out

I checked in and now I...
The man in number two hanged himself last month
I think I know why he chose the laundry room
But I wonder what became of his two little girls
And who it was that came to take them away

I checked in and now I...
I checked in and now I can't check out
It seems
I guess my life is in transition
From what kind of a life
To what other?
From one kind of a life
To another


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"Three Things" as written by Wheeler Temple

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