"Small Town" as written by and Billy Hill....
I live for the silence when the snow shuts the city down
Takes the noise of a million, more, and turns it into a very small town
I'm on a six floor walk of ---- a good view from up there
There's nothing like a blizzard to get you drunk, just breathe the air
Just breathe in the air

Gonna take a walk outside, over to Tompkins Square park
A dog runs all covered up now, no sirens but there's no calls
Past charlie Parker's old house, across avenues C to D (?)
Even Silence has a voice, the East River is calling me
The East River is calling me
The East River is calling me

Standing on the river's edge now, watching snowflakes fall to water
I can't believe I'm gonna be a mother
I can't believe I'm gonna be a father
I live for the silence when the snow shuts the city down
It takes the noise of a million, more, and turns it into a very small town
a very, very small town
a very, very small town


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