"Sleepwalk" as written by and Joe/schloss Strummer....
Matchbooks of lonely places I'll never find
Clocks on wall spaces, some piece of mind
I'll never find
What good would it be
What good would it be
If you could change every river
That ran through your life and mine?
'Coz from here to the country line
Counts one hundred and ninety-nine
Oh the Scarsdale will be on time
You know shoe shine costs a dime
Hootenanny Annie had a party in the yard
You could smell the barby out on Ocean Boulevard
Where I went to find, some piece of mind
What good would it be
What good would it be
If you could change every heartache
That ran though your life and mine?
Coz from here to the country line
Counts one hundred and ninety-nine
Oh the Scarsdale will be on time
You know shoe shine costs a dime
With the washroom lights of a bowling alley in your face
You know your car and your plates are really out of place
That goes for your soul
Some holy rock 'n' roll
What good would it be
What good would it be,
If you could change every heartache
That ran though your life and mine?


Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"Sleepwalk" as written by Lonnie Marshall Joe Strummer

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