It should be the two of us
Even though our love seems dangerous
When winter whispers at my window
You're the only warmth I'll ever know
Old like antiques, but we will grow
Life seems so boring
My love was asleep and snoring
Like the snow on the trees
Waits all night for a precious breeze
To blow it down onto the street

And as the plows drive by
I can hear a hum in the night
Past the lights on city hall
Loneliness takes its curtain call
I'm left with me and my need to believe
It's a wonderful life after all

I reminisce with all my might
Back to that rainy autumn night
When we said we missed us still
How we've been living with good will
Who we love is our own free will
We ask, "Is it practical?"
Our lives our a song and it's classical
It would be my pleasure
To guard you like a pirate's treasure
And keep you safe forever

And as the plows drive by
I can hear a hum in the night
Past the lights on city hall
Loneliness takes its curtain call
I'm left with me and my need to believe
It's a wonderful life after all

It should be the two of us
Even though our love seems dangerous
And as the plows drive by
I can hear a hum in the night
Past the lights on city hall
Loneliness takes its curtain call
I'm left with me and my need to believe
It's a wonderful life
It's a wonderful life
It's a wonderful life after all


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

Curtain Call song meanings
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