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It's after midnight - you lie awake
Counting the hours till daybreak
What can you do now, where can you go
When you're about at the end of your rope
You can...

Drive out to the edge of town
Where the world is cold and dark
Look for the flicker of a neon sign
In the shape of a broken heart
You'll hear music that will give you chills
Coming from that run down bar
You can slow dance with the ghost of love
To the cry - of a blue guitar

Drive out to the edge of town
Where the world is cold and dark
Look for the flicker of a neon sign
In the shape of a broken heart
You'll hear music that will give you chills
Coming from that run down bar
You can slow dance with the ghost of love
To the cry - of a blue guitar

It's where the lonely people go
When they just can't take no more
You'll see what heartache is all about
And you can cry till you're cried out
When you...

Drive out to the edge of town
Where the world is cold and dark
Look for the flicker of a neon sign
In the shape of a broken heart
You'll hear music that will give you chills
Coming from that run down bar
You can slow dance with the ghost of love
To the cry - of a blue guitar

You'll hear music that will give you chills
Coming from that run down bar
You can slow dance with the ghost of love
To the cry - of a blue guitar



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