"Stalingrad" as written by and Tom Verlaine....
Walking home from Stalingrad,
Mona says it's oh, so, bad.
But I know, I know,
I've been really had,
Walking home from Stalingrad.

She says:
I know my flesh and blood,
I may not see again.
But I can think of that as
A new kind of end.

Walking home from Stalingrad,
Mona says it's all so sad.
I know, I know,
I must have been completely mad.
Walking home from Stalin...
Walking home from Stalingrad.

Oh, I suppose there are
A thousand facts to face,
Considering just what has,
And has not taken place.

Mona says it's all so bad,
Walking home from Stalingrad.
I know...
I know...

I know my flesh and blood,
I may not see again.
But I can think of that as
A new kind of end.
Walking home from Stalingrad,
Mona says she feels so bad.
I know...
I know...
I must have been completely mad.
Walking home from Stalin...
Walking home from Stalingrad.
Walking home from Stalin...
Walking home from Stalingrad.


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"Stalingrad" as written by Tom Verlaine

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