I seen you hangin' down on Saint Peter's Square,
Robed in silver, devil may care,
With your cold love, your whiskey and your prayer.

Takes feet to walk, teeth to bite,
Take a long time, darlin', to make me feel alright,
Livin' 'tween a shadow and the light.
Ever since you let me go the world is gettin' strange and cold.

Takes heart to love, blood to live
But it don't take nothin' for you to leave
I'm stumblin', wearin' a dead heart on my sleeve.
Ever since you let me go the world is gettin' strange and cold.

Takes ears to hear, eyes to see,
Take a long time, mama, to put a spell on me
Coffee's hot, sugar's sweet - your kind of love is like bees on meat

Union Pacific rollin' down those rails,
Listen to the whistle scream and wail,
I'm bound for Glory, if I ain't bound for jail.
Ever since you let me go the world is gettin' strange and cold.




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