She sat alone in the park in the rain
Like she needed the water to wash her away
I offered my umbrella and she said to me
"Could you walk me down to Sullivan Street?"

Well we looked like two lovers on a Bob Dylan cover
Soaked to the bone leaning into eachother
And the warmth of her smile was unfamiliar to me
Just like the sidewalks on Sullivan Street

Why, oh why is it every time that I fall in love,
I lose my mind?
When I'm searching for answers
To questions inside
But it's only more questions I find

When we got to her steps, she was quick to recover
And one awkward laugh faded into another
So I folded my umbrella knowing we'd always be
Just two strangers on Sullivan Street

Why, oh why is it every time that I fall in love,
I lose my mind?
When I'm searching for answers
To questions and signs
But it's only more questions I find

So why, oh why is it everytime that I fall in love,
I lose my mind?
When I'm searching for answers
To questions inside
But it's only more questions I find
It's only more questions I find
It's only more questions I find

Now I'm sitting alone in the park in the rain
Like I'm needing the water to wash her away


Lyrics submitted by digitaloutsider

Sullivan Street song meanings
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