"A Horse In Town" as written by Walter Carl Becker and Donald Jay Fagen....
Left New Hyde Park
to hold my own in New York Town
Groped in the dark
Until I faced a place where scallywags are found
Sharks and yo-yos everywhere
I think you can take it from there
Now there's a horse in town
I scream: Honey it's just a clown
Yes there's a horse in town
Saddle up and ride, ride, ride
Can you reveal
The day you came, the day you'll go
This way I feel
The time is moving much too slow
And it passes by your chair
If you laugh at my despair
[Chorus]
[Solo]
The shoes of my friend
They stamp the nail into the ground
Let's not pretend
We know we've all had fearsome style
Following my frozen trail
Moving to the inside rail
[Chorus]


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"A Horse in Town" as written by Walter Carl Becker Donald Jay Fagen

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    General CommentThe CORRECT lyrics are as follows:
    "Baby, you can take it from there
    ...
    Now there's a horse in town
    Eyes of green, haunches chestnut brown."
    strokesfannnnnn5on January 12, 2007   Link

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