"The Sylvia Hotel" as written by and Carl Allan Newman Stefan Neimann....
True I was barrelin' down stairs
It's you I, I believe I should've picked
Do I, 'fraid not
I've already done that once

Here I'm standing like a punk
And I fear I would like you here to stay
We're a great joke, I've already blown it once

Didn't I want you at one time
God knows if you knew where we were
Was I the only one there
There on top of the Sylvia Hotel

Nearing the good and the bad was nearening
The place where it began leaving
Came back
I almost loved you once

I think you left things behind
I'll bring you the rest of your things
I'll thank you not to try
I've already done that once

Didn't I want you at one time
God knows if you knew where we were
Was I the only one there
There on top of the Sylvia Hotel

The Sylvia Hotel
The Sylvia Hotel
The Sylvia Hotel


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