"Fiona" as written by and Lyle Lovett....
Left the house at six-forty-five
Caught the 76 downtown on time
Stood there in the rain
She called out my name, and I just cried
Took the 17 uptown
From the back of the bus you could hear the sound
Of the bombs explode, and our fears implode into the night

Oh Fiona
I had something to show you, honey
Wanna walk you home, baby, maybe tonight
Oh Fiona
I had something to show you, honey
Wanna walk you home, baby, maybe tonight
Baby, tonight
Baby, maybe tonight
Baby, tonight

Got out of school at half-past three
Took a bus from Methody downtown
Stood outside the shops, everything had stopped, like the end of time
The sun was going down too fast
I couldn’t wait to leave Belfast on time
No one’s going anywhere
Even the cops were scared out of their minds

Oh Fiona
I had something to show you, honey
Wanna walk you home, baby, maybe tonight
Oh Fiona
I had something to show you, honey
Wanna walk you home, baby, maybe tonight
Maybe tonight
Baby, maybe tonight
Maybe tonight

Oh Fiona
I had something to show you, honey
Wanna walk you home, baby, maybe tonight
Oh Fiona
I had something to show you, honey
Wanna walk you home, baby, maybe tonight
Maybe tonight
Baby, maybe tonight
Maybe tonight


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