"Sentimental Street" as written by and Jack Blades Alan Fitzgerald....
Saw you walking out on Sentimental Street
What cha going out there
Who ya trying to be
I know what you're thinking
Cause I've been there myself
I've been kicked so many times
I don't know nothing else
Still I noticed your urgency
I recognized the flair
That ya got from chasing
All those East coast dares
I've seen it before
It happens time and again
All cut up inside
Yet you're caught in a spin

Out on Sentimental Street in the avenues
Take a good hard look
There ain't nothing ever new
Out on Sentimental Street in the avenues
Will you ever find out
Guess I'll leave it up to you

Saw you dancing out at Madame Wong's Two
You did those same two steps
That I taught you back in June
Heard you dined last night
At Conte Razor's Café
Did you get your fill
Did you think you had to pay
Still I noticed your urgency
And recognized the pain
And I'm sure it's the same
You feel again and again
And I wish I could get us
That second chance
But you're having too much fun
With your sudden romance

Out on Sentimental Street in the avenues
Take a good hard look
There ain't nothing ever new
Out on Sentimental Street in the avenues
Will you ever find us
Guess I'll leave it up to you
(Repeat)


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"Sentimental Street" as written by Jack Blades Alan Fitzgerald

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    General CommentDoesn't this song sound like a continuation, or sequel, to Sister Christian? She left in Sister Christian and this song is about what she's doing after she left. Probably not an intentional continuation but it is probably about the same girl.
    LividMonkeyon January 06, 2010   Link

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