Billy Joel Song Lyrics

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Song LyricsSong Title
And this is why my eyes are closed
Why can't I lay low? Why can't I say what I mean?
Everybody wants to hear the secrets That you never told a soul before
Ole Miss, John Glenn, Liston beats Patterson
Go on and cry in your coffee But don't come bitchin' to me
I'd like to spend a day or twoI can't stay that long
I'm just taking a Greyhound on the Hudson River line-
And his daring life of crime Made him a legend in his time
I got bills to pay and children who need clothes I know there's fish out there but where, god only knows
Brenda and Eddie were the popular steadies
Nowadays you can’t be too sentimental. Your best bet’s true, baby, blue Continental.
Inspires me without a sound She touches me and I get turned around
You were lonely for a man I said take me as I am
They say that no one's gonna play this on the radio They said the melancholy blues were dead and gone
Even though I'm in loveSometimes I get so afraidI'll say something so wrong
I know you have doubts But for God's sake don't shut me out
Well our fathers fought the Second World War Spent their weekends on the Jersey Shore
But here you are with your faith And your Peter Pan advice
Song LyricsSong Title
I've been sailing a long time on this ocean Man gets lonesome, all those years at sea
And when she wakes up And makes up her mind
She's frequently kind and she's suddenly cruel
I wouldn't leave you in times of trouble We never could have come this far
Tell me where else can I turn Because you're the one that I depend upon
Life is a series of hellos and goodbyes I'm afraid it's time for goodbye again
You didn't count on me- When you were counting on your rosary.
When you love someone You're always insecure
But holding you close is like holding the summer sun I'm warm from the memory of days to come
No more separations where you have to say goodnight to a telephone
Every dog must have his every day, every drunk must have his drink.
They burned the chuches up in HarlemLike in the Spanish civil war
He refuses to bend, he refuses to crawl, And He's always at home with his back to the wall.
Time goes by and you're sharing an apartmentShe says she loves you but she doesn't know why
Yes, they're sharing a drink they call loneliness But it's better than drinkin' alone
I'm that voice you're hearing in the hall And the greatest miracle of all
She gives me all her tenderness and takes away my pain

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