"This Is Getting Funny (But There Ain't Nobody Laughing)" as written by and Michael Smotherman....
I came down with broken heart, just to start to my summer.
Boy when you lose the one you love, it's a stone cold bummer.
I just called you up to tell you I don't know what to say.
I wish you knew the way I felt.

[Chorus]
This is gettin' funny, but their ain't nobody laughin' honey,
Come on back home.

Tell me how you feel, though I can't stand this at all.
Can't you see its a mystery, I thought I was your lover.
Yes I could fly, I could lay down and die,
Six one way, half a dozen of the other.
I could say I'm sorry baby, enough's enough.
I'm gonna break right down and ball.

[Chorus]

Tell me how you feel, though I can't stand this at all.
I was out to show you what I good man I could be,
You were out to hurt somebody.

Now I'm going crazy. Really did, and I ain't lying.
Get's so lonesome here in L.A., my summer's turned to autumn.
I don't if you heard it way out there were you you stay,
My heart just hit rock bottom.

I'm runnin' round in circles, I don't know where I am.
Won't you at least give me a call.

[Chorus]

Tell me how you feel, though I can't stand this at all.
How do you feel? I can't stand this all.


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"This Is Getting Funny (But There Ain't Nobody Laughing)" as written by Michael Smotherman

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