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Allison says there's a reason that you're never home
Monday nights there's a reason that you're never home

I'm gonna think about it
And do something about it
I'm gonna think about it

There's a car down the street where Allison lives
There's a car down the street on the block where she lives

There's something about her
I think there's something about her
There's something about her

One way would be to just go ahead and keep on hanging around with no one
Another way would be to just sit and think but that's no fun
One way would be to finally decide and ask her, why ask it would take so long
Another way would be to recognize what's wrong with everything

There's a car down the street where Allison lives
There's a car down the street on the block where she lives

There's something about her
I think there's something about her
There's something about her

One way would be to just go ahead and keep on hanging around with no one
Another way would be to just sit and think but that's no fun
One way would be to finally decide and ask her, why ask it would take so long
Another way would be to recognize what's wrong with everything

Allison says there's a reason that you're never home
Monday nights there's a reason that you're never home



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