"Raining Twilight Coast" as written by and Robyn Hitchcock....
I'm on a raining twilight coast
Sending out postcards to the one I love
And the rain falls, up from the ground
No one sees it, 'cause there's no one around

Just one thing, baby, you forgot my heart
Just one thing, baby, you forgot my heart

And I remember when I was young, they said: "work hard."
And I said: "certainly, 'cause it's fun."
And so I tried it; I did what I could
Made no difference; it never did any good

Just one thing, baby, you forgot my heart
Just one thing, baby, you forgot my heart

'Cause I'm a fish, baby, with a shimmering skin
And I find an opening, and slide right in
The sea is my mother, pea green and wild
There's so many ways you can screw up a child

Just one thing, baby, you forgot my heart
Just one thing, baby, you forgot my heart


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"Raining Twilight Coast" as written by Robyn Hitchcock

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