It is a dream that I will wake from
there Trudy writes this song
there's no need for an escape,
you've never been here all along

you were in the Caribbean
I'm in New York, now,
thinking

you say you want me but you never came to get me
you never got me, and I hope you don't haunt me
these dreams ever again

now if only I was Catherine
and you, my love, were Newt
we'd be sitting in the orchard
with an apple and a flute
and the ring dangling,
but I'm in London, now,
singing

you say you want me but you never came to get me
you never got me, and I hope you don't haunt
these dreams ever again

Those times dancing in SoHo and Brooklyn,
were lost chances and we missed out on looking for
something else
somewhere else, my friend

you say you want me but you never came to get me
you never got me, and I hope you don't haunt
these dreams ever again

and the long walk to never
surely takes forever and ever


Lyrics submitted by AlecsPen

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