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Concrete Blonde – Cold Part Of Town lyrics

Dear darling,
Haven't seen you in a while.
Found some change in my pocket,
I thought I'd take a chance and dial.

I'm all right,
Just right now, a little down.
'Cause it gets chilly over here,
It's a cold part of town.

Dear darling,
You were right about them all.
When my luck went bad,
They never came around or called.
That's all right,
'Cause I don't miss them anyhow,
But it gets chilly over here, sometimes,
It's a cold part of town.

(Chorus) Cold part of town,
Cold part of town.

I'll go now.
There's someone waiting for the phone.
It's raining out,
It's getting dark and I'm alone.
Can I call ya?
And can I sometime come around?
Well, it gets chilly over here sometimes,
It's a cold part of town.

And it gets lonely over here, sometimes.
Cold part of town,
And it gets lonely over here...

(Chorus) Cold part of town,
Cold part of town (It's been a while now I still think about you)
Cold part of town (I know right where I am)
Cold part of town (Woahh)
Cold part of town



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