"New York Connection" as written by Andrew Scott, Stephen Priest, Brian Connolly and Michael Tucker....
It takes eight days where I wanna go
Well, there's just me am I only go
I've got no face to make this slow
The further I travel the less I know

Somebody help me get home
I can't spend my whole life alone
Somebody help me get home
I don't wanna be on my own

Won't somebody put me
In the right direction
Cause all I need is
A New York connection
Really need a woman's affection
I've got to make the close connection

Somebody help me get home
I can't spend my whole life alone
Somebody help me get home
I don't wanna be all alone

Somebody help me get home
I can't spend my whole life alone
Somebody help me get home
I don't wanna be on my own
Don't wanna be on my own
I don't wanna be on my own
I don't wanna be on my own
I don't wanna be on my own
I don't wanna be on my own


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"New York Connection" as written by Stephen Priest Andrew Scott

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