"The Secret to New York" as written by David Katz, Sam Hollander and Travis Clark....
I know it's too late
I went and called your number by mistake
Like a habit that's hard to break
I wear my cold heart on my sleeve
'Cause you're where I wanna be, yeah

I wish you'd still be there
But I'm a mess and I know you don't care
A long way from anywhere
I walk these rainy streets
And drown my misery

Baby, it's over now
Maybe my ups are all downtown
So far away
I'm too lost to be found
Baby, this time we're through
Maybe I guess you knew
Nothing matters anymore
And that's the secret to New York

Broadway in my brain
The corner where my dreams became mistakes
It was written all over your face
You said I don't know who you are
Remember Union Square was always ours?

It all went by so fast
Now I got no girl, no place to crash
And I can't erase the past
'Cause I walked these rainy streets
Drowning you and me

Baby, it's over now
Maybe my ups are all downtown
So far away
I'm too lost to be found
Baby, this time we're through
Maybe I guess you knew
Nothing matters anymore
And that's the secret to New York

I'm stuck on this train
Every stop, I see your face
Who's crying now?
You're begging me to stay
Reflections don't lie
I keep you here, hidden in my eyes

Baby, it's over now
Maybe my ups are all downtown
So far away
I'm too lost to be found
Baby, this time we're through
Maybe I guess you knew
Nothing matters anymore
And that's the secret to New York
Nothing matters anymore
That's the secret to New York


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"The Secret to New York" as written by Robert Schwartzman David Katz

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