"I Didn't Think It Would Last" as written by and Trevor Charles/ezrin Rabin....
She walked in through the back door
I asked her what she came for
I'm Eva from the blue train
But I know that's gotta change

Won't you do me something, Romeo?
I need a place to go where
I can stay forever
I can stay forever

Stay for a couple of days
You came in from the boulevard
Stay, then go away
I'll play for a couple of days
With a working woman of the Promenade

I didn't expect her to
Make me feel the way I do
I didn't think it would last no more

I lost myself in changes
I stepped into her silhouette
And I moved into the blue train
But I know it's gotta change
Won't you do me something, Juliet?
I haven't found my contact yet

Stay for a couple of days
Yo came in cold from the boulevard
Stay, then go away
I played for a couple of days
With a working woman from the Promenade

I didn't expect her to
Make me look the way I do
I didn't think it would last no more


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"I Didn't Think It Would Last" as written by Bob Ezrin Trevor Rabin

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    My InterpretationI've wondered about this song for years.. is it as simple as the story of a bloke falling for a brass?
    interestingelfon February 10, 2012   Link

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