Simon and Garfunkel Songs by Lyric

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Seasons change with the scenery, weaving time in a tapestry, won't you stop and remember me?
I'm empty and aching and I don't know why. Counting the cars on the New Jersey Turnpike...
He lived all alone within a house, within a room, within himself.
Generals order their soldiers to kill and to fight for a cause they've long ago forgotten.
The poet reads his crooked rhyme. Holy, holy is his sacrament.
And the signs said the words of the prophets are written on the subway walls and tenement halls.
Once my heart was filled with the love of a girl. I held her close but she faded in the night like a poem I meant to write.
And when I awoke and felt you warm and near, I kissed your honey hair with my grateful tears.
I don't know why I spend my time writing songs I can't believe with words that tear and strain to rhyme.
And you read your Emily Dickinson and I my Robert Frost, and we note our place with bookmarks that measure what we've lost.
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And each town looks the same to me, the movies and the factories...
I have no need of friendship, friendship causes pain. It's laughter and it's loving I disdain.
Hide it in a hiding place where no one ever goes; put it in your pantry with your cupcakes.
If you need a friend, I'm sailing right behind.
I don't know what is real, I can't touch what I feel, and I hide behind the shield of my illusion.
Then I'm laying out my winter clothes and wishing I was gone, going home.
But you can take the crosstown bus if it's raining or it's cold.
The force can't do a decent job 'cause the kids got no respect for the law today and blah, blah, blah.
Die she must, the autumn winds blow chilly and cold.
My life seems unreal, my crime an illusion, a scene badly written in which I must play.

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