"Two Lonely Hearts (On the Subway)" as written by and Meshell Ndegeocello....
Excuse me, you headin' my way?
Tryin' to find something to brighten up my day
Maybe I could talk to you
Or you could talk to me

Your eyes seem to call out for some comfort
Is it the everyday racism
Or a pain from deep within
I may not understand now but then again

You could talk to me
Or we could just sit here and daydream

Say, you headin' my way
Two lonely hearts on the subway
Singin' the blues on the subway train

Black black yes it's hard
And that's a fact
But I can rise above
When I have love

Here comes the train
Please don't turn and walk away â?? stay
We could read some Ntozake Shange
And I loose myself in the book

I escape to my heavenly tomb
Or we could read The Voice
It's your choice
I just want to get to know you

Your lovely black face
Accompanied by some strictly roots
As we venture
It's just nice to be near you


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"Two Lonely Hearts (On the Subway)" as written by Meshell Ndegeocello

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