"I Used to Let You Get to Me" as written by Grant Evan Widmer and Edward Bartlett Joyner....
I used to walk to corner of Fourth and Chestnut
I used to ring the broken doorbell and sit and wait for you
We used to live there
And you could do a Boston accent
And I would tell you baby just stay and let me talk to you

Tell me what I have to say
If it's nothing tell me that it's time to go
Is it the omnipotence talking in your ear
That makes you want to walk so slow?

I can attest to that if anyone,
I used to let you, I used to let you get to me
Unless you don't know

Sorry your tears still run,
And is your voice too young?
I used to let you get to me
And now you got a terrible way,
Just, I really, really have to know
Is it the omnipotence talking in your head
That makes you ?want to walk so slow

Sorry it's just too much,
Still it's too close to touch
I used to let you get to me
And now you got a terrible way,
Just I really, really have to know
Is it the omnipotence talking in your ear
That makes you want to walk so slow?


Lyrics submitted by blossom18, edited by demyelinated

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