Standing on a lonely corner, waiting for the rain.
Wishing that the pool of life would be full again.
Underneath the Codpot Cavern, never looked the same.
But the statue on the wall is lighting up the pulling pain.
And the people are the same...

Life is never easy when you don't know who you are.

The grapes, and the star, and the Grammophone Suite remain.
And what's yours is mine, and theirs is on my brain.
But it's not the same...

Life is never easy when you don't know who you are.
Life is never simple when you feel it's gone too far.

Standing on a lonely corner, I am once again.
Looking back at my life in the place where it all began.
On the left is new, on the right remains the same.
And the boys and the girls are passing in the pouring rain.
And the boys and the girls are passing in the pouring rain.
And the boys and the girls are passing in the pouring rain


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