Hands in your pockets again
You left your friends on the corner
Fifty-fifth and Third
I must agree, this night's a bit cold
But "a crisp breeze never killed anyone," you said
You light your cigarettes with your left hand
A northern subway ride would do us some good
We caught the last train out when we finally found our friends

We made our best friend's apartment into a home
And cuddled up to avoid the cold
My body moved faster than my mind could work

You light your cigarettes with your left hand
Broke down but positive the decisions I made will aid us in the long run
So let this night be better than the last one

We made our best friend's apartment into a home
(Hands in your pockets again
You light your cigarettes with your left hand)
And cuddled up to avoid the cold
My body moved faster than my mind could work
(Hands in your pockets again
You light your cigarettes with your left hand)


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

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