"Tears Of Hercules" as written by Stephan Richard Moccio and Marc Wallace Jordan....
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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
Taxis line up like a string of pearls, around the block again

I remembered everything and every window pane
Every word came back to me and I was superman
But 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 ten
Should I climb aboard, risk everything, and ride it to the end?
Watch the hills like roller coasters up against the sky
Wish that you were here by me, so close that I could die

You said love wrecks everything and none of us survive
But I got over you tonight inside this empty dive
Till I saw your face across the street
Through the tears of Hercules

I remembered everything and every window pane
Every word came back to me and I was superman again
Till I saw your face across the street
Through the tears of Hercules


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

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