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Cody Jameson – Brooklyn lyrics

So you and your old man decided
To call it quits last night
You're both tired of trying
After five long years

There's a pretty little girl watching
Color cartoons in the living room
And she's not too young to know
The meaning of grownup tears

And you say you'll
Send her on home to Brooklyn
She'll be okay
Send her on home to Brooklyn
You gotta get her out of the way

[CHORUS]
But tell me who's gonna love her
When you send her on home to Brooklyn
Will her grandmother answer
The questions she'll ask every day
Who's gonna love her
When you send her on home to Brooklyn
While her mom and her dad
Are running free in L.A.

It's been three years since you
Made the move from the East to the West
You thought the change would
So you both some good

And the folks back there
I guess they'll always care
For the little girl
Even though the marraige
Ain't working out like it should

And you say you'll
Send her on home to Brooklyn
She'll be okay
Send her on home to Brooklyn
You gotta get her out of the way

[Repeat CHORUS]

While her mom and her dad
Are running free in L.A.



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