"Nowhere in the Neighborhood" as written by James Elwood Leblanc, Jace Everett and William Rambeaux....
Standin' here, on this old familiar porch
I know this welcome mat ain't meant for me
I can't believe you even opened up the door
You always were much too kind to me
I don't know how I wound up here
I was nowhere in the neighborhood

In this house, on this street
We had a chance to live a dream
I'd go back and get it right if I could

'Cause I was here but I was gone
How could I get so much so wrong?
Now, I know a home is more than bricks an' wood
There's so much of love I thought I understood
I was nowhere in the neighborhood

I had everything a man could ever want
But still I was not satisfied
A fool would drink from some forbidden cup
Until he's drunk on his own lies
Yeah, I believed I could live two lives
I was nowhere in the neighborhood

In this house, on this street
We had a chance to live a dream
I'd go back and get it right if I could

'Cause I was here but I was gone
How could I get so much so wrong?
Now, I know a home is more than bricks an' wood
There's so much of love I thought I understood
I was nowhere in the neighborhood

'Cause I was here but I was gone
How could I get so much so wrong?
Now, I know a home is more than bricks an' wood
There's so much of love I thought I understood
Yeah, I was nowhere in the neighborhood
Nowhere in the neighborhood

No, no


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"Nowhere in the Neighborhood" as written by James Leblanc Jace Everett

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