"Times Square" as written by and Keith Richards Andrew Oldham....
In a tired part of the city
Hiding from the fast talk
Watch 'don't walk' to 'walk'
Easy when you're dreaming
Staring at the movies
Standing in a circle
Laughing at the wrong time

If alcohol could take me there
I'd take a shot a minute
And be there by the hour

Take a walk around times square
With a pistol in my suitcase
And my eyes on the tv

In a car taking a back seat
Staring out the window
Thinking about danger
Playing in a wrong world
Fighting ¡º but I'm not free
Talking on the telephone
Talking about you and me

If jesus christ could take me here
I'd fall dawn on my knees
Have no questions to his answers

Take a walk around times square
With a pistol in my suitcase
And my eyes on the tv

Alcohol could take me there
I'd take a shot a minute
And be there by the hour

Take a walk around times square
With a pistol in my suitcase
And my eyes on the tv

And if I die gaining my senses
Wake up in a hotel
Staring at the ceiling


Lyrics submitted by ecorchee1

"Times Square" as written by Barry Reynolds (gb)

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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