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(Bruce Hornsby)

Way out here working on the docks
Everyone sees the long day through
Oh, what would I do
Without the nights and the phone
And the chance just to talk to you
Oh, what would I do now
Just to talk to you
A thousand miles away
What I wouldn't give for only one night
A little relief in sight
Or someday when times weren't so tight

When the day goes down on the water town
When the sun sinks low all around
That's when I know I need you now
Yeah, you're what I miss
Every little kiss
Every little one, every little one

Everybody here's a number, not a name
But I guess that's alright with me
As I sit alone after a long day
In the absence of company
Oh, I let my mind wander
A thousand miles away
What I wouldn't give for only one night
A little relief in sight
Or someday when times weren't so tight

When the day goes down on the water town
When the sun sinks low all around
That's when I know I need you now
Yeah, you're what I miss
Every little kiss
Every little one, every little one



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