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​Hey Jealousy

This song is by Gin Blossoms and appears on the album Dusted (1989) and on the album New Miserable Experience (1992).

This song has been covered by Hit The Lights under the title "Hey Jealousy".
This song is available as a downloadable track for the video games Rock Band 4 and Rocksmith 2014.
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Hey Jealousy
Well, tell me do you think it'd be all right
If I could just crash here tonight?
You can see I'm in no shape for driving
And anyway, I've got no place to go

And you know it might not be that bad
You were the best I'd ever had
If I hadn't blown the whole thing years ago
I might not be alone

Tomorrow we can drive around this town
And let the cops chase us around
The past is gone, but something might be found to take its place
Hey jealousy
Hey jealousy
Hey jealousy
Hey jealousy

And you can trust me not to think
And not to sleep around
And if you don't expect too much from me
You might not be let down

'Cause all I really want's to be with you
Feeling like I matter too
If I hadn't blown the whole thing years ago
I might be here with you

Tomorrow we can drive around this town
And let the cops chase us around
The past is gone, but something might be found to take its place
Hey jealousy

Tomorrow we can drive around this town
And let the cops chase us around
The past is gone, but something might be found to take its place
Hey jealousy
Hey jealousy
Hey jealousy
Hey jealousy

Well, tell me do you think it'd be all right
If I could just crash here tonight?
You can see I'm in no shape for driving
And anyway, I've got no place to go

And you know it might not be that bad
You were the best I'd ever had
If I hadn't blown the whole thing years ago
I might not be alone

Tomorrow we can drive around this town
And let the cops chase us around
The past is gone, but something might be found to take its place
Hey jealousy

Hey jealousy
And she took my heart
Well, there's only one thing I couldn't start

Written by:

Doug Hopkins Wikipedia16

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