Downtown Canon

Album: Circus Money (2008)

Songfacts®:

  • Rolling Stone asked Becker if this was an autobiographical song. He replied: "No, not really, although it was an early dream of mine that I never actually quite got to, to live in one of those lofts, or the dream pad on Greene Street, and live happily ever after."

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