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Sign On The Door Lyrics

Artist: Edwin McCain
Album: Messenger

Wendy's sittin' next to me € She's trying hard to drink it away € And I feel the rumble of the subway Beneath the stage € And her eyes are screaming € And her lips are pursed € And this ain't her first heartache € But it feels like, it feels like the worst € And she says € Can someone tell me how this can happen € And I guess that God only knows € My heart used to be € The sweet shop of love € But now the sign on the door € It says sorry we're closed € And I hear myself tell her € Some old words I know they won't help € And then I feel guilty € 'Cause I closed some sweet shops myself € And we all talk about timing € And lifestyles and such € But to a heart that's been shattered € Those words don't mean that much € And all of our pining € It just goes to show € Don't you enter a shop € With the sign on the door € Saying sorry we're closed € And she's been through all the pain € That one can endure € And her new man thinks she loves him € But he can't be sure € And his heart pines
for Wendy € She says that's how it goes € How am I supposed to know € He can't read the sign saying € Sorry we're closed € Yeah we're closed € And she says € Can someone tell me how this can happen € And I guess that God only knows € My heart used to be € The sweet shop of love € But there's a sign on the door € There's a sign on the door € There's a sign on the door € There's a sign on the door € One more sign€

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