Lyrics to Your Nobody Called Today?


Song: "Nobody"
Artist: Sylvia

Sittin' in a restaurant,
she walked by.
I seemed to recall
that certain look in your eye.
I said, "who's that?"
You said, with a smile,
"Aah, it's nobody,
aah, nobody."

Maybe that explains the last two weeks.
You called me up, dead on your feet,
working late again.
I asked, "who with?"
You said, "Nobody,
aah, nobody."

Well, your "nobody" called today.
She hung up when I asked her name.
Well, I wonder,
does she think she's being clever?
You say nobody's after you.
The fact is, what you say is true,
but I can love you like nobody can,
even better.

Late last night, we went for a drive.
You were miles away.
I asked, "who's on your mind?"
You said, "Nobody (nobody).
Why do you ask?
Oh, her again.
I could've told you that."

We came back home,
got ready for bed.
I said to myself,
"I've got one shot left.
You're still mine, and I won't stand in line
behind nobody,

(Chorus x2)
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