"Madison" as written by and Jude Anthony Cole....
Dream town, no money down
Young girls shine electric in the sun
Mirror mirror up in the sky
Tell me why should I be the lowly one

Big splash, low on cash
I don't know why and baby I don't care
See it comes and goes, it's the highs and the lows
Of the hundred dollar millionaire

I promised her I wouldn't stay
She calls me every single day
But the rain don't snow and the hurt don't show
And I don't think I can let it go on
Madison, Madison
It's a long way home Madison

Heart breaker what does it take?
How many times can a fool say I forgive
Before he falls into a stranger's arms and finds out
What it's really like to live?

You could say you're sorry in your sleep
You apologies are cheap
But my heart feels strange like something's changed like
I don't think I'll be back again to Madison
It's a long way home Madison

I'll write your name down on a pretty red balloon
Give it a kiss and let it fly straight to the moon

My heart feels strange, like something's changed like
I have been born again
Madison, Madison
It's a long way home Madison


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"Madison" as written by Jude Anthony Cole Jude Cole

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