"Broadway" as written by and I/kool And The Gang/taylor Williams....
Outside just an hour ago, I see it on the corner and the city below,
Inside you know we're all alone, But we all need a place to go,
I seen it on the corners, And the avenues,
Outside you know we'll find a home.

When I sing a song about the city tonight, I leave the lights behind,
You know it's lost inside, And you know I'm right, I leave the city behind.
Outside in the streets below, I've seen it in the faces,
And know it's so, In time you know we're on our own,

But we all need a place to go, I seen it on the corners and the avenues,
Outside you know I'll find a home. We're running down Broadway,
And there's no place I'd rather be,
When I sing a song about the city tonight, I leave the lights behind,

You know it's lost inside, And you know I'm right,
And inside you know I'm right, I leave the city behind.
We're running down Broadway, And there's no place I'd rather be,
When I sing a song about the city tonight,

I leave the lights behind, You know it's lost inside,
And you know I'm right, And inside you know I'm right,
I leave the city behind, Behind, Behind, Behind.


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"Broadway" as written by James Taylor Curtis Fitzgerald Williams

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