"Sitting in the Park" as written by and William Stewart....
Sitting in the park remembering
how he used to say I think I love you
knowing that one day he'd find that
he was not in love at all

Sitting in the park this evening
The air is thick and grey
and has a taste of

death girl
no need to be afraid
hey girl, it was years ago
hey girl, no need to be afraid
hey girl, it was years ago

Sitting in the park wondering
why the people that he'd known
didn't stay for breakfast
Now he's left alone with no intentions
of doing what he's told

He's sitting in the park this evening
The air is thick and grey
and has a taste of

death girl
no need to be afraid
hey girl, it was years ago
hey girl, no need to be afraid
hey girl, it was years ago

He's sitting in the park remembering
how he used to say I think I love you
knowing that one day he'd find that
he was not in love at all

Sitting in the park this evening
the air is thick and grey
and has a taste of

death girl
no need to be afraid
hey girl, it was years ago
hey girl, no need to be afraid
hey girl, no please don't go
hey girl, no need to be afraid
hey girl, it was years ago
hey girl, no need to be afraid
hey girl, it was years ago


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