"Back On The Streets" as written by and Gary Moore....
Listen to me woman,
I just think it's a sin.
I know you hear me knockin',
But you won't let me in.
Might be fine for you
Just to keep me hangin' round.
But if you don't open up this door,
I'm gonna kick it down.

Sometimes I feel like
I'm back on the streets again.
Sometimes I feel like
There's nowhere to go.
Sometimes I feel like
I'm back on the streets again.

Listen, you've been telling me to short
For much too long.
But now I'm gonna put you back
Where you belong.
Might be fine for you
Just to keep me hangin' round.
But if you don't open up this door,
I'm gonna kick it down.

Sometimes I feel like
I'm back on the street sagain.
Sometimes I feel like
There's nowhere to go.
Sometimes I feel like
I'm back on the streets again.
Sometimes it's the only place that I know.
That I know.

Sometimes I feel like
I'm back on the streets again.
Sometimes I feel like
There's no place to go.
Sometimes I feel like
I'm back on the streets again.
Sometimes it's the only place that I know.

Sometimes I feel like
I'm back on the streets again.
Sometimes I feel like
There's no place to go.
Sometimes I feel like
I'm back on the streets again.
Sometimes it's the only place that I know.

Only place that I know
Yeah.


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"Back on the Streets" as written by Donna Campbell Gary (gb Moore

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    General Commentthe live cut of this song from "We Want Moore" kicks my ass every. single. time. i listen to it.

    as for the meaning, it's fairly obvious this tune is about a relationship where the woman is only interested in keeping a man around at her convenience and is willing to toss him aside at a moment's notice without rhyme or reason
    nittanylion0on April 01, 2010   Link

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