Cat Stevens - 18th Avenue Lyrics

Well I rode a while, for a mile or soDown the road to the eighteenth avenueAnd the people I saw were the people I knowAnd they all came down to take a viewOh the path was dark and borderlessDown the road to the eighteenth avenueAnd it stung my tongue to repeat the wordsThat I used to use only yesterdayMeanings just dropped to the groundI tried to remember what I thoughtAnd what I used to sayDon't let me go down no don't let me goOh my hands were tied as I struggled insideThe empty waste of another dayMemories were blank to my eyesThe fire and the glory of that nightSeemed safely locked awayToo hungry to rise. too hungry toWell I rode a while, for a mile or soDown the road to the eighteenth avenueAnd the people I saw were the people I knowAnd they all came down to take a viewOh the path was dark and borderlessDown the road to the eighteenth avenueBut my head felt better as I turned the carAnd the airport slowly came to viewOne mile said the signChecked my bags and made it straight to end gate 22Made it just in time, boy you've made it just in time
 

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