A Long Way Back to New York City (Lucky’s Blues)

by Edward Simmons aka Ted Simmons

Genre: Singer-Songwriter

Lyrics

A Long Way Back to New York City (Lucky’s Blues)

When not even the muse can cut it anymore,
and you?re lying half broken and asleep on the floor.

And there’s a voice calling you and it’s too far to be clear.
And you sold your soul in a pawn shop last year.

Hey, you?re not alone,
but we?re a long way from home, and it?s been long way to New York City.

The faces all blend, one night to the next,
and every year you live the less you expect.

Thought you?re gonna make it, this time around.
But don?t even know if you got one more round.

Hey, you?re not alone,
but we?re a long way from home, and it?s been long way to New York City.

The curtain is closed, and the night withdrawn.
It?s only got to be man, another hour till dawn.

Will I see you, or never at all.
To live is to breath, and to love is to fall.

Hey, you?re not alone,
but we?re a long way from home, and it?s been long way to New York City.

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