"Boston" as written by Michael James Flannery....
Twenty-ten in Boston Town
The leaves are golden brown
We take the kids to town
To see the fair

Big wheel is turning round
You hear that homely sound
We're walking through the crowd
In the evening air

See our boy hold his sister near
Until they're in the clear
You whisper in my ear:
"That one's going to heaven"

You've no idea do you?
What I'd do for you
To have so much to lose
Is the only feeling

I ran around my time
I stood in every line
I couldn't stop my mind
From dreaming of ya'

When I laid eyes on you
I knew that race was through
And when I spoke to you
I told you so

You said "I think you're a fool"
I said "I know you do,
But I'd run away with you
If you asked me nicely"

You've no idea do you?
What I'd do for you
To have so much to lose
Is the only feeling

Twenty-fifty Boston Town
The sun is sitting down
It's the only feeling now...


Lyrics submitted by EpicVlad

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