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Gene Pitney – A Street Called Hope lyrics
took a room in a house of gloom Somewhere
I could hide my soul There
I hoped to find a way to ease my mind Couldn't
face the gloom tomorrow I

sat until the hours of three or four Thinking
doesn't help but seems I
crept to bed and cried myself to sleep once more Then
I had the wildest dream (Street

called Hope) in a town named Freedom Where
each clock is pointed to the hour of love Upon
a street called Hope at the house of Welcome That's
where she opened the door of love When

I awoke the following day Every
doubt had left my mind My
dream it taught me what the prophets say Those
who seek will always find I

ran down the stair and out in to the street Looking
for the nearest phone We
both said sorry and decided to meet To
find ourselves a happy home You

know we're looking for a street called Hope In
a town name Freedom Where
each clock is pointed to the hour of love Upon
a street called Hope at the house of Welcome That's
where she opened the door of love
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