"New York Summer" as written by and Stella Mozgawa Grant Fitzpatrick....
These cold days and trivial nights
Creep in through your memory
Singing songs on the sand and the water
It's the perfect time to give it away

You and I, thinking back to a New York summer
You were mine, so young and undiscovered

It's been so lonely by the phone in the wall
Making no time for the friends at your door
Take off a layer, uncover a stone
Secrets of a universe and beautiful tones

You and I, thinking back to a New York summer
You were mine, so young and undiscovered

I'll be waiting by the side of the road
Counting on your weakness to remind me
Who you are, who you'll be
A treasure, a tragedy
In the arms of someone else

These cold days and trivial nights
Quiet and hereditary
Singing songs on the sand and the water
It's the perfect time to be alive

You and I, thinking back to a New York summer
You were mine, so young and undiscovered


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