"Englewood" as written by William T. Campion, Bill Ryan, Brendan Joseph Ryan, Mark A.p. Wike, Patrick O'connor and Emmet C. Tucker....
I just finished putting my seventh drink away
A week now since her death and a drink for every day
Soon it will be fifty and I won't be worrying about ulcers

No longer do I dream and my mind is far away
I'm thinking like an animal - almost unconsciously
Soon I'll be nocturnal and knocking over your garbage

And I'll walk and I'll find solace
And the sun will shine upon me like a mother keep me warm - my pulse
goes...

I see hallucinations of figures like yourself
I feel like I'm on acid and you're alive and well
Hope you get well soon - wait 'til you see your new grandson

We'll walk and we'll part in a nice way
Because I don't think I was ready when you left so suddenly
And if I could just set this date up
It would out my mind at ease to say the things I had failed to say
and my pulse would slow hut hut hut hut hut hut...

Dirty water
Drink it all down - smell the surprise

I just finished putting my fiftieth drink away
I think I've been patient and waiting for this day
I'll have another before I go into the party

I think I've been patient in waiting for this day
After putting my fiftieth drink away
Forget the girl and take the drink like a real man

And I walked and I found solace
And the sun it shined upon me like a mother kept me warm
And I walked and I found solace
And the sun it shined upon me like a mother kept me warm
And my pulse goes hut hut hut hut hut hut...

And the sun it shined upon me like a mother kept me warm...



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"Englewood" as written by Brendan Joseph Ryan Bill Ryan

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    I just finished putting my seventh drink away
    A week now since her death and a drink for every day
    Soon it will be fifty and I won't be worrying about ulcers

    No longer do I dream and my mind is far away
    I'm thinking like an animal - almost unconsciously
    Soon I'll be nocturnal and knocking over your garbage

    And I'll walk and I'll find solace
    And the sun will shine upon me like a mother keep me warm
    and my pulse goes hut hut hut hut hut...

    I see hallucinations of figures like yourself
    I feel like I'm on acid and you're alive and well
    Hope you get well soon - wait 'til you see your new grandson

    We'll walk and we'll part in a nice way
    Because I don't think I was ready when you left so suddenly
    And if I could just set this date up
    It would out my mind at ease to say the things I had failed to say
    and my pulse goes hut hut hut hut hut hut...

    Dirty water
    Drink it all down - smell the surprise

    I just finished putting my fiftieth drink away
    I think I've been patient and waiting for this day
    I'll have another before I go into the party

    I think I've been patient in waiting for this day
    After putting my fiftieth drink away
    Forget the girl and take the drink like a real man

    And I walked and I found solace
    And the sun it shined upon me like a mother kept me warm
    And I walked and I found solace
    And the sun it shined upon me like a mother kept me warm
    And my pulse goes hut hut hut hut hut hut...

    And the sun it shined upon me like a mother kept me warm
    bigbadluke87on December 02, 2007   Link

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