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Sublime – Little District lyrics

Oh in a little district in negbourhood people moving swift like they think
They should a word from your mouth, your lights get knocked out, a glass to
Your lips and later you move and slip, and if you have to don't drip I don't know
How they manage but belive me mister they do if you ever live there you just
Listen and don't be no fool

In a little district in negbourhood people moving swift like they think they
Should a word from your mouth your lights get knocked out a glass from your lip
Later you move and trip if you have to just slip

No one ask no question no one tell no lie listen to me people there's a reason
Why a word from your mouth your lights get knocked out a glass from your lip
And later you move and trip if you have to just slip
I don't know how they manage but belive me mister they do if you ever live there
You just listen and don't be no fool

In a little district in negbourhood people moving swift like they think they
Should a word from your mouth your lights get knocked out a glass from your lip
And later you move and trip



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