Tom Petty Songs by Opening Lyrics

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Opening LyricsSong
Well, talk on the street says you might go solo.
She grew up in an Indiana town. Had a good-lookin' mama who never was around.
Eddie waited til he finished high school, He went to Hollywood, got a tattoo.
She prob'ly works in a restaurant. That's what her momma did.
Baby can't wait, baby gotta go. Gotta do a number on a late night show.
Well, she was an (Song Title). Raised on promises.
Well I started out down a dirty road. Started out all alone.
I'm walking down the boulevard. Past the skateboards and the beggars.
Looks like you got a little more to lose, now. Little more at stake.
My sister got lucky, married a yuppie. Took him for all he was worth.
There was a girl I knew. She said she cared about me.
You think you're gonna take her away. With your money and your cocaine.
It was a beautiful day, the sun beat down. I had the radio on, I was drivin'.
She wore faded jeans and soft black leather. She had eyes so blue they looked like weather.
(Song Title) walked out in the street and one said, 'I don't wanna fight no more.'
Well (Song Title). No, (Song Title). You could stand me up at the gates of hell, but (Song Title)
Opening LyricsSong
Well, the moon sank as the wind blew. And the street lights slowly died.
You got me in a corner. You got me against the wall.
It's all right if you love me. It's all right if you don't.
Well it was nearly summer, we sat on your roof. Yeah, we smoked cigarettes and we stared at the moon.
Oh baby don't it feel like heaven right now? Don't it feel like something from a dream?
I was talking with a friend of mine, said a woman had hurt his pride. Told him that she loved him so and turned around and let him go.
(Song Title x2) Whatever you're looking for. Hey! (Song Title)
You better watch what you say. You better watch what you do to me.
Well, I fought for you, I fought too hard.
There was a little girl, I used to know her. I still think about her, time to time.
She laughed in my face, told me goodbye. Said 'Don't think about it, you can go crazy.'
She's a good girl, loves her mama. Loves Jesus and America too.
Honey don't walk out I'm too drunk to follow. You know you won't feel this way tomorrow.
We got somethin', we both know it, we don't talk too much about it. Ain't no real big secret, all the same, somehow we get around it.
You know, sometimes, I don't know why, but this old town just seems so hopeless.
Don't go crazy now, take it easy. I just can't hold out forever.

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