From a humble home on a dirt track road she lived
With the cold and damp of the winter evenings by her side
As she cried she looked to the fire
But the cold and damp of the winter evenings got much worse
And she had to wait til the springtime came just to take
Her mind off of things she looked to the sky
But she's looking out for something
Gettin' all but nothing

But do-ooo your best try-in'
You got problems go ahead and deal with them
But don't come runnin cry-in'
You need sunshine coming through that window
And open up your curtains let it blind you
And you'll get that rubbish
That rubbish off your mind
(The times they passed and then you found out)

It was good to get up and change and go
Anywhere but there
It was a better place so she left
It all behind
She just couldn't wait, she let her wheels roll

To a city street and a little room
Without a view
And five years on still nothing changed
But they're not
Prepared to look up, but it wasn't enough cause
She's looking out for something
Gettin' all but nothing

But do your best try-in'
You got problems go ahead and deal with them
But don't come runnin cry-in'
You need sunshine coming through that window
And open up your curtains let it bli-nd you
And you'll get that rubbish
That rubbish off your mind
(The times they passed and then you found out)

But do your best try-in'
(Do the best that you can)
You got problems go ahead and deal with them
(Don't you come runnin')
But don't come runnin cry-in'
(Do the best that you can)
You need sunshine coming through that window
(Don't you come runnin')
And open up your curtains let it bli-nd you
(Do the best that you can)
You got problems go ahead and deal with them
(Don't you come runnin')
But don't come runnin' cry-in'
(Do the best that you can)
And you'll get that rubbish
That rubbish off your mind
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Don't Come Running Lyrics

Hal – Don't Come Running Lyrics

Songwriters: O'BRIEN, STEPHEN/ALLEN, DAVE/MULLAN, CONOR
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