"Raining Nextdoor" as written by and Scott Thomas....
She said, she didn't get the job again
How am I supposed to make rent
And where the hell is my boyfriend, when I need him
I just shook my head, I've never seen him

She says, goodnight
But I heard her through the walls crying
There's nothing I can do for the girl
'Cause it's always raining nextdoor

9 a.m., she comes 'round my house
Saying last night did you have to play so loud
I mean I like your songs well at least a few
But to be quite honest I'm tired of listening to you

You got no good reason to ever be down
You got sunshine in your windows
And your friends around
And me, I've just got the rain

She says, goodnight
But I heard her through the walls crying
There's nothing I can do for the girl
'Cause it's always raining nextdoor

Then she says, I'm expecting a call
It's gonna be my man
So, I don't wanna miss this one
I think he's coming home soon

And then she says, goodbye
But I heard her through the walls crying
There's nothing I could've done for the girl
'Cause it's always raining
Raining
Raining
Raining

Come on now
Come on, come on, come on, come on, come on
Come on
Raining



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"Raining Nextdoor" as written by Scott Thomas

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