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Neal Mccoy – Disconnected lyrics

I was down to my last quarter
Trying to get her on the line
That greedy old pay phone
Wanted one more dime

And so I called connect
And crossed my fingers, praying she was in
But when she found out
It was me on the other end

I heard, click, disconnected
The charges aren't accepted
Your call is being rejected
This is worse than I expected

That storm last night tore down all the lines
That ran between her little heart and mine
It went click, disconnected

Operator, do you think we can give it one more try
I'm not sure the first time we got the number right
And this time when you tell her my name, would you tell her I'm sorry too
I heard the operator pleading my case, it wasn't any use

I still heard click, disconnected
The charges aren't accepted
Your call is being rejected
This is worse than I expected

That storm last night tore down all the lines
That ran between her little heart and mine
It went click, disconnected

Oh and it's ripping apart my whole world
Disconnected, somehow I've gotta reach that girl

That storm last night tore down all the lines
That ran between her little heart and mine
It went, click



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