In the beginning there was
In the beginning we never
Considered an ending
Where we would settle for anything short of ridiculous

We didn't have New York or Paris
But you had a thumb hole in your cardigan
And I give your camels to the vagabonds
Immaculate mustache on our man in Hollywood

I loved you when I was a waitress
And I remember how the clock ticked
Three a.m. in alphabet city
A B C D just you and me

Now we think in New York
And in gray skies
We think the same thing
At the same time
And we think too much
And far too hard
And now I'm talking too much
About thinking

I loved you when I was a waitress
And I remember how the clock ticked
Three a.m. in alphabet city
A B C D just you and me

I loved you when I was a waitress
And I remember how the clock ticked
Three a.m. in alphabet city
A B C D just you and me


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