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Sheena Easton – Trouble In The Shadows lyrics

Two shady characters, sittin' in the halflight, havin' a conversation
One said to the other, "I seem to have a brother
that appreciates your consideration"
My back seems to be against the wall, can't find any way out of here at all
The heat is too close to home, and all I want is to be left alone

Chorus:
There's trouble in the shadows, I can smell it, I can feel a conspiracy
There's trouble in the shadows, I can feel it, somebody wants to squeeze me
He makes honey finding money, he makes honey, finding money

There's too many people, livin' under my skin
Don't ever know what shoes I am in
I don't want to hold the purse, it's a family curse

My back seems to be against the wall, can't find any way out of here at all
The heat is too close to home, and all I want is to be left alone

chorus repeats 2x

He makes honey, finding money (repeats out)

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