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Rachel Proctor – Notice Me lyrics

Apartment 56
Is empty now above me
Pretty little Caroline got married
I heard it was a beautiful day
Her daddy gave his baby away

Two doors down the hall
I can hear it through the walls
Sounds like a pretty good party going on
Music's just a little too loud
But hey I used to be a part of that crowd
I'm just grown out of it now

Everyday I'm here day in day out I live I eat I breathe I sleep
We pass each other in the hall so small we don't look up and we don't speak
I wonder if you even notice me

I've lived here a year now funny how time flies
Everyday I see you walking by
Still don't your name I don't know what to say
So I just turn away
We go our own ways

Everyday I'm here day in day out I live I eat I breathe I sleep
We pass each other in the hall so small we don't look up and we don't speak
I wonder if you even notice me

Have I ever caught your eye
Do I ever cross your mind

Everyday I'm here day in day out I live I eat I breathe I sleep
We pass each other in the hall so small we don't look up and we don't speak
I wonder if you even notice
I wonder if you ever notice me



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