"Cincinnati Motel" as written by and Neal Graeme Casal....
Every time I see you walking my way, I just hide
'Cause I don't really feel like talking about old times
Although I still remember it well,
The night that we burned our last bridge
In that Cincinnati motel

Now I don't claim to know much more about this than you
But I know when the deal came down you just did not come through
You left me lying cold, alone in my cell
While you had the time of your life
In that Cincinnati motel

Days of grace haunting your every move
You're too high to see
And you're too cold to feel me

Well it started out simple and easy like all good things will
But you turned into someone I can't recognize even now
You hated when I won but you laughed when I fell
And stumbled back in through the door
Of that Cincinnati motel

Well it's hard to say how or why you've turned out this way
And I can't reconcile any debts that you've come to repay
Oh 'cause I can't forget the lies that you tried to tell
The night that we said our goodbyes
In that Cincinnati motel

Oh, days of grace haunting your every move
You're too high to see
And too cold to feel me
Oh, fade away diamond time
Leave me here, you're too fine to breathe
And you're so hard to believe

So don't expect me to be forgiven
'Cause it's too late for that
And it's hard enough to just keep living without feeling this trapped
Well the truth in our lives, yeah we lost sight of that
It's rolling in the dust somewhere down the track
We both wrote the songs and we loved them so well
We let 'em slip right through our hands
In that Cincinnati motel

In that Cincinnati motel
In that Cincinnati motel
In that Cincinnati motel


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