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The American Scene - 4th And Broadway Lyrics

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The American Scene – 4th And Broadway Lyrics

Keeping track of time
At fourth and Broadway
And I’ve been waiting 26 years
For someone to tell me that I’m not really gonna die
This time
And why it’s only ever hard for me to change
When I really want to

CHORUS:
I couldn’t call you
So I was smoking
Cigarettes on our front porch last night
And I was thinking about the night we
Sat in my car at the Berkeley Marina
And we talked each other down
And we talked each other down

Calm and careful
Sleeping off you leaving
And I’ve been numbering the days
This one’s dragging on and on
And what I’m trying here to say is
I’m not quite as suited to taking care of me
As I try to make it seem when you’re around

CHORUS:
I couldn’t call you
So I was smoking
Cigarettes on our front porch last night
And I was thinking about the night we
Sat in my car at the Berkeley Marina
And we talked each other down
And we talked each other down

Keeping track of time in the same place I was last night
In the same place I was, in the same place I was
Keeping track of time in the same place I was last night
In the same place I was, in the same place I was

CHORUS:
I couldn’t call you
So I was smoking
Cigarettes on our front porch last night
And I was thinking about the night we
Sat in my car at the Berkeley Marina
And we talked each other down
And we talked each other down

[Lyrics to 4th And Broadway by The American Scene]

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