Remember when we took the F train
You wore the striped hat; I wore the red scarf
But I was still cold

We got off the train at York St.
Walked down the grey hill, looked at the Buddha
And I prayed for us

The sun was blinding
The winds were blowing and you gave me your coat and
Suffered the cold

We were drowning
In the oils and the photographs and performance art
Swimming in each others' eyes

We were dancing in Dumbo
We were dancing in Dumbo

Remember when Rapunzel let down her golden hair
Ran to help her love
You pulled me in

Stolen kisses
Brooklyn bridges and the pizza margarita but with olives
Was divine

Taking taxis
Water taxis and relaxing in the Hudson but the pirates all
Have gone

We were dancing in Dumbo
We were dancing in Dumbo
We were dancing in Dumbo
We were dancing in Dumbo


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