I walk across the road
and the duke opens his door
I've got to get away from what I know
I take a seat by an open window
I turn when I hear someone say
'it can go both ways'
I finish my drink and reach for my coat
I say goodbye to some people
that I think I know
I step into the street
the rain feels nice in this heat
I say I'm sorry as I reach for the lights

there's nothing like a long walk on a rainy night
there's nothing like a long walk on a rainy night

I take some advice from a man in death intercepted
he said 'take some time
don't let the small things pass by'
but still I cover myself in the presence
of a body that's lifeless
I say I'm sorry as I reach for the lights

no I'll never let you see me undress
oh the death of a salesman




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