Hail to the taxis They go where I go Farewell the newspapers that know more than I know Flung under a street-lamp still burning at dawn I'm in the mood again
I walk the damp streets rather than slumber Along the fine windows of shameless and plunder But none of their riches could ever compare I'm in the mood again
I don't know what's come over me But it's nothing that I'm doing wrong You took the breath right out of me Now you'll find it in the early hours In a lover's song
I lay my head down on fine linens and satin Away from the mad-hatters who live in Manhattan The Empire State Building illuminating the sky I'm in the mood I'm in the mood I'm in the mood again
Writer/s: ELVIS COSTELLO
Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
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