Hannah Jane

Album: Cracked Rear View (1994)
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  • You got your big girl
    Now you've got your young one too
    Wondering if some day
    I could have them
    The way I once had you
    I remember your crazy remarks
    We'd get drunk and go out after dark
    Searching for someone we could take home

    You don't wanna be alone
    You don't want to see the sun go down
    You don't wanna open the door
    And see her go
    One step and tomorrow comes
    Two steps and she's off with someone
    Three steps and it's all you know
    You'll be gone, she'll be gone

    So what are you gonna do about me
    I'll be there when you have no one else
    Spotted the old man in the south
    Hold it in, I'll be there, be your friend

    Hold on strong, don't let go
    There will never be no one to take your place
    So don't you want to reach out and take my hand

    You don't wanna be alone
    You don't want to see the sun go down
    You don't wanna open the door and see her go
    One step and tomorrow comes
    Two steps and she's off with someone
    Three steps and it's all you know
    You'll be gone, she'll be gone

    You don't wanna be alone
    You don't want to see the sun go down
    You don't wanna open the door
    And see her go, see her go
    One step and tomorrow comes
    Two steps and she's off with someone
    Three steps and it's all you know
    You'll be gone, she'll be gone

    One step and tomorrow comes
    Two steps and she's off with someone
    Three steps and it's all you know
    You'll be gone, she'll be gone

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