"Gramercy Vaudeville" as written by and David Mead....
I was circling Gramercy park
In a square of buildings and shadows
The flowers hanging off the windows
It occurred to me

There's a fence surrounding your heart
That a golden key wouldn't open
The lock on the gate's been broken
Many years it seems

I thought I had a hold on myself
But you came along
Then you had come and gone

It was not the touch of my hand
But the crushing weight of your finger
The chill of a long December
And a lie untold

Well I know where Lexington ends
But I won't waste my life walking circles
Your warm summer reds now purple
Like a dying rose

I thought i had a hold on myself
Then you came along
Yeah you had come and gone
You had come and gone

I was circling Gramercy park
In a square of buildings and shadows


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"Gramercy Vaudeville" as written by David Mead

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