Sherry Darling Karaoke Bruce Springsteen

Karaoke Sherry Darling Bruce Springsteen

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Lyrics of Sherry Darling

Your mama's yappin' in the back seat
Tell her to push over and move them big feet
Every Monday morning
I gotta drive her down to the unemployment agency
Well this morning
I ain't fighting tell her I give up
Tell her she wins if she'll just shut up
But it's the last time that she's gonna be riding with me
And you can tell her there's a hot sun beating on the black top
She keeps talkin' she'll be walkin' that last block
She can take a subway back to the ghetto tonight
Well I got some beer and the highway's free
And I got you and baby you've got me
Hey hey hey
What you say?
Sherry darlin'
Now there's girls melting on the beach
And they're so fine but so out of reach
'Cos I'm stuck in traffic down here on fifty-third Street
Now Sherry my love for you is real
But I didn't count on this package deal
And baby this car just ain't big enough for her and me
So you can tell her there's a hot sun beating on the black top
She keeps talkin' she'll be walkin' that last block
She can take a subway back to the ghetto tonight
Well I got some beer and the highway's free
And I got you and baby you've got me
Hey hey hey
What you say?
Sherry darlin'
Let's go
Well let there be sunlight let there be rain
Let the brokenhearted love again
Sherry we can run with our arms open wide before the tide
To all the girls down at Sacred Heart and all you operators back in the Park
Say hey hey hey
What you say?
Sherry darlin'
Oh oh oh, hey hey hey
What you say?
Sherry darlin'
Oh come on
Say hey hey hey
What you say?
Sherry darlin'
Hey hey hey hey

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