"Sullivan Street" as written by Charles Gillingham, Steve Bowman, Matthew Malley, David Bryson and Adam Duritz....
Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
Cross the water and home through the town
Past the shadows that fall down wherever we meet
Pretty soon I won't come around

I'm almost drowning in her sea
She's nearly fallen to her knees

Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
Where all the bodies hang on the air
If she remembers, she hides it whenever we meet
Either way now, I don't really care

I'm almost drowning in her seas
She's nearly crawling on her knees
She's down on her knees

Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
I'm just another rider burned to the ground

I'm almost drowning in her sea
She's nearly crawling on her knees
It's almost everything I need
I'm down on my knees
I'm down on my knees


Lyrics submitted by dank, edited by DutchCourage

"Sullivan Street" as written by Ben G Mize Adam Fredric Duritz

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    General CommentI like what tito posted.

    "Take the way home that leads back to Sullivan St.
    Where I'm just another rider burned to the ground
    Come tumbling down "

    That says it all right there. By far, the best song on this album, and possibly the best ouf of all their albums.
    anna118kon May 01, 2004   Link

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