The Brunswick Street moon
Shone down upon your face
I thought it to be
My last night alone
How sweet the embrace
Like the warm wind howling
Now I'd build a spire for you
If you would for me

Affairs of the dark
Seldom see the sun
Through eyes like no other
A stranger I've run
Through late night rambles
And wayward talk
But I'd play a new song for you
If you would for me

But it never was to be
That simple just for me
Always the right place
Never the time
'Cause when I reach the station
I find, my ticket is free

Now the Brunswick Street moon
Still smiles in its own way
And I laugh to myself
To see where broken hearts stray
But I would have brought angels to you
If you would to me

But it never was to be
That simple just for me
Always the right place
Never the time
'Cause when I reach the station
I find, my ticket is free


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