Street Lights

Album: 808s & Heartbreak (2008)
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  • Let me know
    Do I still got time to grow
    Things ain't always set in stone
    That be known let me know
    Let me

    Seems like, street lights, glowin
    Happen to be just like moments, passin
    In front of me so I hopped in, the cab and
    I paid my fare see I know my destination
    But I'm just not there

    All the street lights, glowin'
    Happen to be just like moments, passin'
    In front of me so I hopped in, the cab and
    I paid my fare see I know my destination

    But I'm just not there
    In the streets
    In the, streets
    I'm just not there in the streets
    I'm just not there
    Life's just not fair

    Seems like, street lights, glowin
    Happen to be just like moments, passin
    In front of me so I hopped in, the cab and
    I paid my fare see I know my destination
    But I'm just not there

    All the street lights, glowin
    Happen to be just like moments, passin
    In front of me so I hopped in, the cab and
    I paid my fare see I know my destination
    But I'm just not there

    All the street lights, glowin
    Happen to be just like moments, passin
    In front of me so I hopped in, the cab and
    I paid my fare see I know my destination

    But I'm just not there
    In the streets
    In the, streets
    I'm just not there in the streets
    I'm just not there
    Life's just not fair
    Life's just not fair Writer/s: ANTONY WILLIAMS, B MCILDOWIE, ESTHERO, KANYE WEST, TONY WILLIAMS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Ultra Tunes, Universal Music Publishing Group
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