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Album: Boston Accent (2022)
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  • I heard the city sing
    The night that we met
    It hung in the air like the moon
    We kissed in the bowery
    And ditched all your friends
    To watch the sunrise from your roof

    Music saved my life
    It lit me like flare guns in the night
    Turned all my nightmares into dreams
    It was everything

    Now it's just the soundtrack to weekends,
    Days in your bed,
    While we sleep in and I watch you dress
    To the sound of a symphony playing for two,
    Music used to be everything to me
    Now, it's just the soundtrack to you

    Drunk at pagoda waited 1/2 the night
    To sing "tiny dancer" at dawn
    There wasn't one person who got the words right
    But the whole room sang along

    Weekends
    Days in your bed
    While we sleep in and I watch you dress
    To the sound of a symphony playing for two
    Music used to be everything to me
    Now, it's just the soundtrack to

    You and I walking through chinatown talking
    About places that we'll never see
    A train to rockaway, pizza on paper plates
    Watching the waves on the beach

    Music saved my life
    Lit me like flare guns in the night
    Turned all my nightmares into dreams
    It was everything

    Weekends,
    Days in your bed,
    While we sleep in and I watch you dress
    To the sound of a symphony playing for two,
    Music used to be everything to me
    Now, it's just the soundtrack to you Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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