"Nobody's Business" as written by Don Henley, Bob Seger and John David Souther....
I went out in the darkness
Just searching for someplace to be
Wasn't looking for trouble
I guess it was looking for me
And I knew I was wasting my time
But it was nobody's business
Nobody's business but mine
I was taking some comfort
I needed a break from the rain
I guess I was mistaken
And someone remembered my name
But I knew I was doin' just fine
And it was nobody's business
Nobody's business but mine
Well I guess for some
Revenge is sweet
Though it be once removed
I hope you feel better
I don't know what you proved
Well, yonder comes the Emperor, boys
He sure looks fine in blue
I hope you feel better, babe
I know you're scared too
Well it sure makes you wonder
The things that some people will say
They can see black and white but they
Don't seem to notice the gray
What a price for a victimless crime
When it was nobody's business
Nobody's business but mine
Yeah, it was nobody's business
Nobody's business but mine


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Nobody's Business" as written by Bob Seger John David Souther

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Cass County Music / Wisteria Music / Privet Music

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