"18" as written by and Steve Forbert....
.Gra[F]nd Central [C]Station wheels and it deals, [Dm]the [F]crowds rush and scramble,
[D7]Round past the newsstands and [G]out across the floors

And [Dm]I [F]did some [C]singing, [Dm]and I [F]played [C]guitar, [Dm]down near a [C]doorway,
[D7]howling out words and [G]banging out chords.

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Well, [C]think what you will, [Em]laugh if you like, it [Am]don't make no [Em]difference to [F]me.
[C]I'll open my case, [Em]and I might catch a coin, but [F]all ears may listen for free


Big clocks were tickin', trains came and went, ]sad, ragged figures
]limped in the hallways and dug through the trash

While old folks and young folks, passed in a flood, on dashing somewhere,
wrapped in their lives and gone in a flash


Well, a man came a talkin', he stopped where I [C]stood. He warned me so gravely,
'The [D7]cops here'll nab ya, boy and they'll ]take ya right on down,' yes, but
I took my]chances, and luck saw me through, I s]tayed until I'd finis]ed,
Played what I pleased and poured out my sound



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"Grand Central Station, March 18, 1977" as written by Steve Forbert

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    General Commenti think it's about this girl who's really popular & she just gives guys whatever they want & stuff, but always the wrong guys. & he knows that somewhere deep inside her she's really not like that. but idkkk. i love steve moakler(:
    radfulon June 11, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI wish I could sign to this to so many people. There are too many girls in the world getting lost
    pepedosreison October 09, 2009   Link
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    General Commentit's about his sister losing her virginity to his shitty friend. i'm friends with his sister and she told me all about this song lol
    cautiouson April 19, 2010   Link

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