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In our apartment house we're as quiet as we've ever
Been down the

Hallway a girl with honey eyes has moved in when we walked by she just
Smiled but there and then I realized I could drift so far from you and
When you're standing by my

Side just like you said don't want to lose before I've tried maybe we
Can remember all the things we planned where we began and when the words
Come let's clear the

Strip and let 'em land while we still can my old man has brought half a
Dozen wives into the world I met him last year after twenty years or so
With no words what a strange

Look in his eye-I thought he knew just what it's like to walk out out
Out of the blue leave behind him every trace of those he knew he made me
See all I could lose with you

Maybe we can remember all the things we planned but I wandered through
The weeds slept in the satin sheets got wasted in the heat but I
Can't dream of how I'd feel if

You'd forgotten me lost me in the leaves maybe we can remember all the
Things we planned where we began and when the words come let's clear the
Strip and let 'em land

While we still can a girl with honey eyes has moved in I remember I was
Walking with you



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