KNOCKING (a song)

Why the hell are you calling me?
We’ve been down this road before
You don’t really want me
So why are you knocking on my door?

Said you’re feeling so lonely
But you said that we’re through
Now you want to come over 
So what am I supposed to do?

What the hell do you want from me?
Tell me what you’re looking for
You know you don’t really want me
So why are you knocking on my door?

I don’t need no booty call
If that’s what you’re looking for
Head back home to your lady, baby 
Don’t start knocking on my door.

Can’t you see what you’re doing, to me?
None of this is fair
We both know you’re just cruising
That you really just don’t care.

What is it you’re looking for?
You said that we’re through
Don’t keep on knocking, baby
Let me get over you.

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Photo by Google Images: glitter-graphics.com

Author: Patty Richardson

Writer: Film scripts, poetry, short stories.

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