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Warren Zanes – World Of Concrete lyrics

In an airport I heard a song you once played said it was such a good thing
You thought you would

Fade the singer held us in her arms that day in a sequined suit she took
Us worlds away sometimes I used to go to parties to find someone who'd
Make me feel that way in

A world of concrete in frames of steel things come down but some stay on
For real the clearest memory like a photo fades faces blur but yours has
Stayed the same when I

Moved on and told you I'd changed that there was no room for you in
Those days you wrote me letters I kept I saved I never read them but the
Feeling stayed sometimes I

Used to go to parties to find someone who'd make me feel that way in a
World of concrete in frames of steel things come down but some stay on
For real the clearest

Memory like a photo fades faces blur but yours has stayed the same I
Can't explain, might never know the reason why, the things I chose to
Leave behind while they still glow

Nostalgia makes us yearn for days we never knew but you're the day that
Came to a world of concrete to frames of steel things come down, but
You're the one that's real



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