"Tears Of Hercules" as written by Stephan Richard Moccio and Marc Wallace Jordan....
So it goes history shows deserts must expand
Camels sail like wooden ships like women down The Strand
There's sand on Second Avenue and the wind blows like a train
Taxi's line-up like a strand of pearls around the block again

I remembered everything every windowpane
Every word came back to me the way it used to be
Then I saw your face across the street
Through the tears of Hercules

There's a bus that leaves at 8:15 and another one at 10:00
Should I climb aboardrisk everything-and ride it to the end?
Watch the hill like roller coasters up into the sky
And wish that you were here by me so close that I could die

You say love wrecks everything and none of us survive
But I got over you last night and I am still alive
'Til I saw your face across the street
Through the tears of Hercules

You say love wrecks everything and none of us survive
But I got over you last night and I am still alive
'Til I saw your face across the street
Through the tears of Hercules


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"Tears of Hercules" as written by Stephan Moccio Marc Jordan

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