Apartment's too warm
Bleecker Street glistens in the sun
Outside it's 3 a.m.
And we scream at the subway cars
Foggy eyes of a homeless man
Lay down below
Ain't it funny how people walk fast
Like they know where to go?

Don't break your heart
Honey, break your neck
As you get up from bed
And stumble to your death
You can wait on life,
But don't hold your breath

I'd like to forget the call
That I got last night, that I got last night
You said you're trading in your dreams
For a simpler life
It's hard to surmise that you've become
Everything that you hate
I can feel the wind from the platform
Like it's still yesterday

As for me,
I prefer my head in the clouds, my head in the clouds
And if it's ever to fall, I don't wanna be around, I don't wanna be around
As for me,
I prefer my head in the clouds
And if it's ever to fall I don't need to know right now

Don't break your heart
Honey, break your neck
As you get up from bed
And stumble to your death
You can wait on life,
But don't hold your breath


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Bleecker St. Blues song meanings
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