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Out on the road the traffic slowed
Down to a crawl
Strobe lights flashin' on the overpass

The tangled steel could not reveal
What no one saw
Or how he walked away without a scratch

He thought of her and walked along
The exit ramp
He touched the night between two old street lamps

And every one will touch the night
And every one will touch the night
And every one will touch the night

Imagine blue dissolve into
The empty night
Slowly fadin', no one answerin'

She walked away and left him standing
All alone
Between the shadows of his memory

And those who loved and lost will know
The way it feels
To touch the night without the one you love

And every one will touch the night
And every one will touch the night
And every one will touch the night



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