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You don’t know me from Adam, madam
May I introduce myself to you?
I live one floor down below
I hear and know almost everything you do

I used to hear four feet dancin'
Now I’m countin' only two
May I borrow some sugar from you?

You can call me nosy neighbor
I’ll admit it’s mostly truth
But it’s hard to satisfy a cravin’
Can you relate to an old sweet tooth?

‘Cause coffee all alone every mornin’
Makes a bitter tastin’ brew
Can I borrow some sugar from you?

Don’t know how I got this feeling
Maybe it’s because your floor is my ceiling
At times I wish it would just crash on through

'Cause coffee all alone every mornin’
Makes a bitter tastin’ brew
May I borrow some sugar from you?

You don’t know me from Adam, madam
May I introduce myself to you?
I live one floor down below
I hear and know almost everything you do

I used to hear four feet dancin'
Now I’m countin' only two
May I borrow some sugar from you?

'Cause coffee all alone every mornin’
Makes a bitter tastin’ brew
Can I borrow a little sugar from you?

Well, I used to hear four feet dancin'
Now I’m countin' only two
May I borrow some sugar from you?

'Cause coffee all alone every mornin’
Sure makes a bitter tastin’ brew



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