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Tori Amos – Abbey Road lyrics

Running down Abbey Road
Don't stop the ocean
I need to feel a tidal wave
So close
So close to a family way
To a family way
Don't stop bringing her around
See how tough I can be
When you're making me smile sweetly
Don't keep bringing her around
I need to see
See the changing of the leaves
Of the guard
Of your guitar
As it's leaving
Running down Abbey Road
No shoes
It's colder than Bermuda
Colder than my days in the sugar cane
And Johnny man, be as quick as you can
I said Johnny man, we know you like Haley Mills
Like those boys are singing still
Catch me if you can
Oh, catch me if you can
Be my sugar cane
My
Running down Abbey Road
I know I thought we'd almost be
In the family way
I guess not today
I guess not today



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