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Bowling for Soup

New York City, Subway Station
A million people and you were stickin' out
Smashed thumb, and so pretty
I wonder what you're all about

Crowded train, separation
But still I see you in the corner of my eye
Busy station, anticipation
For you to turn around and see me smile

And you look so trendy
Spaghetti straps and six inch soles
I just looked down and didn't see me
Are you an uptight, turn around, no esteem wreck like me?

So long SOHO
I just sat and watched you go
Take good care and always know
I'll always know that you are there somewhere

Dark hair, a fair complexion
I memorize your face and eyes
The door is open, and I don't see you
And through the window you turn and smile

And you look so trendy
Spaghetti straps and six inch soles
I just looked down and didn't see me
Are you an uptight, turnaround, no esteem wreck like me?

So long SOHO
I just sat and watched you go
Take good care and always know
I'll always know that you are there somewhere

So long SOHO

(So long SOHO)
Three vodka sevens and a J
I won't remember anything
(I just sat and watched you go)

This all just make no sense to me
For seven weeks you're in my dreams
(Take good care and always know)
Nothing's quite the same

I know your face but not your name
(So long SOHO)
I hope someday you'll hear this song
And one day I'll see you sing along

So long SOHO
I just sat and watched you go
Take good care and always know
I'll always know that you are there

So long SOHO
I just sat and watched you go
Take good care and always know
I'll always know that you are there

So long SOHO
I just sat and watched you go
Take good care and always know
So long SOHO

Written by REDDICK, JARET RAY
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group

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