"New York" as written by and John J. Peter Robinson....
You said it just right I never stay
Long enough to fight I just run away
And it's you my love it's you I'm running from

You were mistaken you are to blame
Lately I've taken to getting my own way
Yes, it's you my love it's you I'm running from

I'll be in New York send for me when you want more
I'll be in New York without you like before

I'm never lonely off making trails
Passed on the only woman dressed in veil
Oh, it's you my love it's you I'm running from

When your bed's empty will I appear
In dreams you so badly wish could draw me near
Oh, it's you my love it's you I'm running from

I'll be in New York send for me when you want more
I'll be in New York without you like before


Lyrics submitted by mister care-too-much

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