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Gene Pitney – 24 Sycamore lyrics

Here"I've just lost a lifetime
I have just lost my mind
So Mr World look after that girl
The one that I just left behind at 24 Sycamor
Where did my baby go?
Who's gonna mend my rainbow?
Who's gonna separate all the swimming around,
Back there on the ground
Flowing right under the gate of 24 Sycamor
Where did my baby go?
Windows black, watched me crying and they said
It's all over, you have lost her
Why don't you run away?
What could I say? I said,
Where's the hand that I used to hold?
Once so warm but tonight so cold
Now she's gone we both must share the pain
She gone
My life is done, it's ended
Just one more thing to
I'll take a last look and then close the book
On someone that I once knew at 24 Sycamor
Where did my baby go?
Where's the hand that I used to hold?
Once so warm but tonight so cold
Now she's gone we both must share the pain
She gone and I say
(fading)
Where's the hand that I used to hold?
Once so warm but tonight so cold
Now she's gone we both must share the pain
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    UnregisteredOct 17, 2014 at 1:47 pm
    I prefer the song by Gene Pitney as he put more emotion into the song. I took the lyrics to mean a man & wife who had lost their child in a fire at 24 sycamore street. 'Where's my baby gone' 'window black' 'her hand so warm but tonight so cold' 'now she's gone, we both must share the pain. The couple re visit the house after a fire had broken out taking their one and only daughter.
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    UnregisteredOct 5, 2014 at 1:26 am
    Initally recorded by the hugely talented Gene Pitney A far better version can be heard by Wayne Fontana. which was his last UK hit. The song refers to a long lost love that resided at 24 Sycamore. She had moved without a forwarding address. It is a trip down memory lane reliving happier times when they were in love.

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