I woke up clenching my fists
To the rhythm of the sound of our steps in a dream
It was a scene that I missed
You and me walking downtown
New York in the fall
And in this dream we were terribly tall
Wobbly and weak and I was afraid we would fall
Impaled on a dull silver massive antenna
And I wanted to grab your–

But you were so skinny
Yeah, you were so skinny

Well, don't disappear on me now
Don't disappear on me now
No, don't disappear on me now
Don't disappear on me now

And we started to sway
And I was afraid we would float, float away
Right up into the atmosphere
You could still see her white, white caps from here
Oh but this, this was just–just a dream
Oh it felt so real
And you were there so you know what I mean
How it felt like fall
I think when I wake up I'm gonna give you a call sometime

Well, don't disappear on me now
Don't disappear on me now
No, don't disappear on me now
Don't disappear on me now
No, no, no, don't disappear on me now
Don't disappear on me now
No, no, no, don't disappear on me now
Don't disappear on me now

Don't, don't, don't disappear
Don't, don't, don't disappear
Don't, don't, don't disappear


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