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Baltimore, can you be in town tomorrow? baltimore, igot no money for this call baltimore, I don't think I can hold my sorrow any longer in baltimore I feel I'm up against a wall baltimore, can y
Nd me in this city now? baltimore, I don't know how much I've been changed baltimore, I don't think I'm very pretty now baltimore, can a meeting be arranged? well I've been down, and I've been sorry, it's so hard to say it when you're tied deep in the hollow of a drum oh yeah, but I don't care to hear you say you're worried you can find me in the morning if you come balktimore, the best stories I remember baltimore, about friends I used to know I've got a letter I could send her to baltimore now if you refuse to show well I've been down, and I've been sorry, it's so hard to say it when you're tied deep in the hollow of a drum oh yeah, but I don't care to hear you say you're worried you can find me in the morning if you come baltimore, can you be in town tomorrow? baltimore, igot no money for this call baltimore, i
Don't think I can hold my sorrow any longer in baltimore I feel you're up against a wall in baltimore



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