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They Might Be Giants – Concrete And Clay lyrics

You, to me
Are sweet as roses in the morning
You, to me
Are soft as summer in that dawning love we share
That something rare

The sidewalks and the street
The concrete and the clay beneath my feet
Begin to crumble
But love will never die
You know we'll see the mountains crumble
Before we say goodbye
My love and I will be
In love eternally
That's the way
That's the way love was meant to be

All around
I see the purple shades of evening
On the ground
The shadow's fallen, once again you're in my arms
So tenderly

The sidewalks and the street
The concrete and the clay beneath my feet
Begin to crumble
But love will never die
You know we'll see the mountains crumble
Before we say goodbye
My love and I will be
In love eternally
That's the way
That's the way love was meant to be

The sidewalks and the street
The concrete and the clay beneath my feet
Begin to crumble
But love will never die
You know we'll see the mountains crumble
Before we say goodbye
My love and I will be
In love eternally
That's the way
That's the way love was meant to be

That's the way
That's the way love was meant to be



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