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Someone That She Used To Know lyrics

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Rialto – Someone That She Used To Know lyrics

She's got a telephone voice
That I haven't heard in quite a while
But I've seen her with boys
That I didn't think would be her style

Always around out on the town
She can barely say "hello"
Waving at her watching me drown
I'm just someone that she used to know

The screeching of brakes
Of a taxi in the midnight rain
Is all that it takes
To bring it back to her again

See her around out on the town
She can barely say "hello"
Waving at her watching me drown
Just someone that she used to know
Someone that she used to know

See her around out on the town
She can barely say "hello"
Waving at her watching me drown
Like someone that she used to know

See her around out on the town
She can barely say "hello"
Waving at her watching me drown
Just someone that she used to know



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