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Blue Rodeo – English Bay lyrics

You are so far away
On this cold and empty night
As I lie in a hotel room
Lookin' at a street light
Outside my window
I listen to the rain
And the sounds of the passin' cars
And the waves on English Bay
And I wonder if you think of me
As I dream of you
Do you hear the song
That I sing
From this hotel room
Cause I see you in the stars above
And in every setting sun
And even though you're fifteen hundred miles away
I hear you howlin' at the moon
And I hold you in my mind
And I start to float away
Yea the whole world seems very strange
In a pleasant kinda way
And as the morning sun comes up
And puts an end to this long night
More than anything I wish
You were here
Lying by my side
Holding me near
Listening to the rain
And the passin' cars
And the waves
On English Bay



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