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Boo Radleys – The Old Newsstand At Hamilton Square lyrics

I was dreaming about Hamilton Square and the
Newsstand by the station
Where we bought the papers every single day
I was thinking about the way we treat each other
And the way things never stay the same
Remembering all these people, all these places
A cats gotta learn some day
Sad songs are easier to play, I'm afraid
We were laughing about that time in
New Brighton one summer
When you got there and I'd already been
And you could'nt believe that I had forgotten that it happened
Even forget so it seems
Remebering all these people, all these places
A cats gotta learn some day
Sad songs are easier to play, I'm afraid
We were talking about the times we've been together
And the future seemed so very far away
We were coming to terms with the fact that we're
Not young anymore
But we're grateful for the times we've had
Remembering all these people, all these places
A cats gotta learn some day
Sad songs are easier to play, I'm afraid
All these people, all these places
A cats gotta learn some day
Sad songs are easier to play, I'm afraid



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