"South Hampton Avenue" as written by Matthew Joseph Senatore, Jeffrey Curtis Pence and Walt Aldridge....





She lies in bed out of her head sucking a cigarette

Closing her eyes she really tries to make believe she's dead

But she's not

She's not

In the next tomb her old man't room it's another night

He slips away on cathode ray into the TV light

Yeah it's on

But he's gone

We live on South Hampton Avenue

We'll leave the welcome light on for you

Now that you think you know who we are

How do you like us so far

Right down the stairs my mom is there under the mushroom cloud

Sometimes she sits sometimes she knits sometimes she talks out loud

To herself

She's allowed

Hanging on the wall up and down the hall pictures of family

My brother Dave is on display for all the world to see

Now he's gone

He moved on

We live on South Hampton Avenue

I've got a feelin' that so do you....

We live on South Hampton Avenue

We'll leave the welcome mat out for you

Now that we thing we know who you are

How do you like us so far

We live on South Hampton Avenue....





Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"South Hampton Avenue" as written by Jeffrey Curtis Pence Walt Aldridge

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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