The Midnight – A Place Of Her Own Lyrics

A Place Of Her Own Lyrics – The Midnight

She got a job at a diner in the South Slope
It’s a nice place in its own way
She had to move back to Queens with her mom though
She takes the F Train, it’s a long way

Charlie’s walking now, she knows that he’d be proud
She wakes up early in the mornin’ for the F Train
And she’s makin’ her way, she’s makin’ her pay in the South Slope
It’s a nice place

He left a hole the size of the world
And she ain’t never had nothin’ and wasn’t asking for gold
Just a place of her own, place of her own, place of her own
Carve out a space, just enough to breathe
For the long nights of uncertainty
Place of her own, place of her own, place of her own

Summer’s so hot and winter’s so cold
On the F Train to the South Slope
And most people are okay in their own way
It’s a nice way, but it’s a long way

He left a hole the size of the world
And she ain’t never had nothin’ and wasn’t asking for gold
Just a place of her own, place of her own, place of her own
Carve out a space, just enough to breathe
For the long nights of uncertainty
Place of her own, place of her own, place of her own

She says, “Yeah, you leave, yeah, you go
Where do I belong? Where do I belong?”
“Yeah, you leave, yeah, you go
Where do I belong? Where do I belong?”
She says, “Yeah, you leave, yeah, you go
Where do I belong? Where do I belong?”
“Yeah, you leave, yeah, you go
Where do I belong? Where do I belong?”

He left a hole the size of the world
And she ain’t never had nothin’ and wasn’t asking for gold
Just a place of her own, place of her own, place of her own
Carve out a space, just enough to breathe
For the long nights of uncertainty
Place of her own, place of her own, place of her own