"Cabaret" as written by and Gordon Lightfoot....
All I can see is the sea and the sky
And the sky is blue and the sea is green
Yesterday's a cabaret
Gowns of satin on ladies gay

Yesterday's a cabaret
Sounds of laughter on faces gray
Yesterday's a carousel
Catch the ring and all will be well

From the coast of California
Up to the Oregon border
I've thumbed a thousand miles I guess
Sitting in a roadside diner

The big trucks rollin' by
I don't seem to know at times what's best
And still I'd like to tell her
That I miss her so, in north Ontario

If you're drivin' east to Reno
Or north to Mendocino
I hope you find your rainbow?s end
This highway is my rainbow

And though I might regret it
I'm so glad I said it way back when
And still I'd like to tell her
That I miss her so, in north Ontario



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"Cabaret" as written by Gordon Lightfoot

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