Until The Night

Album: 52nd Street (1978)
Charted: 50
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  • I never ask you where you go
    After I leave you in the morning
    We go our different ways to separate situations
    It's not that easy anymore

    Today I do what must be done
    I give my time to total strangers
    But now it feels as though the day goes on forever
    MOre than it ever did before

    CHORUS
    Until the night, until the night
    I just might make it
    Until the night, until the night
    When I see you again

    Now you're afraid that we have changed
    And I'm afraid we're getting older
    So many broken hearts, so many lonely faces
    So many lovers come and gone

    I'll have my fears like every man
    You'll have your tears like every woman
    Today we'll be unsure, is this what we believe in
    And wonder how can we go on

    CHORUS

    When the sun goes down
    And the day is over
    When the last of the light has gone
    As they pour into the street
    I will be getting closer
    As the cars turn their headlights on
    While they're closing it down
    We're gonna open it up
    And while they're going to sleep
    We'll just be starting to touch
    I'm just beginning to feel
    I'm just beginning to give
    I'm just beginning to feel
    I'm just beginning to live
    Before I leave you again
    Before the light of the dawn
    Before this evening can end
    I have been waiting so long

    CHORUS


    Writer/s: BILLY JOEL
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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