I'm walkin' down the street
I'm on that midnight beat
I'm on a lonely avenue
Baby, won't you walk with me
Baby, won't you talk with me
Oh that's all I want you to do, now
Walk with me
Talk to me
Call your name out

Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na, Natalia
Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na, Natalia
Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na, Natalia

Here on a summer night
I want to kiss and hold you tight
Just the way we used to do
Walkin' down the same old street
People that we used to meet
Such a long, long time ago, now
Walk with me
Talk to me
And I call out your name

Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na, Natalia
Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na, Natalia

On a magic night like this
I hunger for your kiss
On a magic night like this

Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na, Natalia
Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na
Na na, na na, na na, Natalia

Walk with me
Talk with me
Walk with me
Talk with me
Walk with me
Talk with me
Walk with me
Talk with me
Walk with me
Talk with me
Natalia, Natalia, Natalia
Natalia, Natalia, Natalia


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    Best Van Morrison song ever.

    Simply awesome.

    ArrestedDevelopmenton April 20, 2008   Link

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