"Late Night Radio" as written by and David Gray....
Oh Mary Jane, she step on the train
Head for the city light
Yearning inside to swim with the tide
And taste it all night
Bag on her shoulder, breathing the cold
There by the metal tracks
She saw it all shine and swore in her mind
She'd never go back

She don't mind the late night, Late night radio
She don't mind the late night radio
She don't mind the late night, Late night radio

Couldn't have dreamed the things that she'd seen
There on the avenue
She stared right into a million eyes
That looked her right through
Telling red Joe, the places she'd go
And wiping the table clean
She got no idea the demon of fear
Or what a broken heart means

She don't mind the late night, Late night radio
She don't mind the late night radio
She don't mind the late night, Late night radio
Na Na Na Na Na Not at all

New York was dark
Dirty and stark
Burning with yellow wings
Everyday come with fever and hum
Who knows what it brings
Walking a wall without thought
To fall and hit the ground
Oh sweet Mary Jane with eyes like rain
Alive to the sound

She don't mind the late night, Late night radio
She don't mind the late night radio
She don't mind the late night, Late night radio
She don't mind the late night
Late night radio
She don't mind the late night radio
She don't mind the late night
Late night radio
Not at all


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"Late Night Radio" as written by David Gray

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