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Neighbor neighbor don't you worry what goes on in my house
Your always looking for something to gossip about
Going all around from door to door
Running your mouth about things you don't know
Neighbor neighbor don't you worry what goes on in my home

Neighbor neighbor don't you worry how I treat my wife
Your telling everybody we fuss and fight every night
Well bad news travels I travel too
Something real bads gonna happen to you
Neighbor neighbor don't you worry what goes on in my home

Neighbor neighbor don't you worry who knocks on my front door
Your walking, talking, pacing all over the floor
Your sneaking, peaking, around the home
Keeping your big ears glued to my wall
Neighbor neighbor don't you worry what goes on in my home

Tend to your business leave mine alone
Yeah neighbor neighbor take care of your own
Tend to your business leave mine alone
Ya neighbor, neighbor



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