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Brewster-Neeson-Brewster)

Went down to Santa Fe, where Renoir paints the walls,
Described you clearly, but the sky began to fall

Am I ever gonna see your face again?

Trams cars and taxis, like a wax-works on the move
Carrying young girls past me, but none of them are you

Am I ever gonna see your face again?

Without you near me I got no place to go
Wait at the bar, maybe you might show

Am I ever gonna see your face again?

I got to stop these tears that's falling from my eye
Go walk out in the rain, so no one sees me cry

Am I ever gonna see your face again?

Can't stop the memory that goes climbing through my brain
I get no answer so the question still remains

Am I ever gonna see your face again?



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    UnregisteredDec 31, 2011 at 12:19 pm
    I heard the song was about someone they knew who's wife died in a car smash and its more about that guy's experiences as he got accustomed to never seeing his wife again.
  • u
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    UnregisteredNov 30, 2011 at 3:45 am
    Met a girl in a bar who told me to meet her in santa fe. But when i sobered up i think she might have said santa monica

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