"The Boss Americana" as written by and Albert Hammond Jr.....
Jump as you go
Go inside the room
Just for a bit
Can't you see
I watch as you go by
While all the others try
For awhile

Why can't you stay
On my place
These things you can't see
Now that you're gone for a bit
I know you're not the same
It's hard for me to blame

Well, I won't know
If I'll ask you to stay
Would you let me go?
And I won't have your way
You know they took it down
The things you'd say (say...)

Have you seen
We touched an empty gleen (?)
With the place of my regret
We could have watched the stains
Another night remains
After all...

You and I know
The trees go by below
As high as we fly
One more time
I'm not beneath the wind
I'm not beneath the world

You are all I know
And I don't want you stay
Oh won't you please let go
I wouldn't have you that way
If you won't ask me to pay


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"The Boss Americana" as written by Albert Hammond Jr.


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