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I gotta turn you away so I can keep this hope alive
You're tapping on the window but I won't let you inside
Maybe you'll give up and find somebody else tonight
I draw the curtains say a prayer and turn out the light

Sorrow get away from my door
Don't come around
Don't come around
Don't come around here
No more
I won't welcome you in
From now on you're a stranger
Not a friend

I used to let you crawl right in make yourself at home
You'd burrow underneath my skin and wrap around my bones
But you've worn out your welcome so just walk on past this house
You ain't getting in here and I ain't coming out

Sorrow get away from my door
Don't come around
Don't come around
Don't come around here
No more
I won't welcome you in
From now on you're a stranger
Not a friend

(I ain't going down again)
I'm finally feeling strong
(I ain't going down again)
But I ain't made of stone
(I ain't going down again)
Leave me alone
I ain't going down again

Sorrow get away from my door
Don't come around
Don't come around
Don't come around here
No more
I won't welcome you in
From now on you're a stranger
Not a friend



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