QUIMBY


Touch Of Fall Lyrics

November cold rain

shadows and fears

blows out my brain
shedding my tears

All those bad years

just pain in my feet
The sound of your words
a pain in my ears

Shalalilappara

Shalalilappadoo
I'm rambling around

I've gotta find you

Deep in the redness

I rested my head
right on your shoulder

and sang

Oh, Ma Cherie

let me do it one more time
I have a glory

when you're mine

Red yellow leaves

covered the town
No one believes

they all fell down

An old one legged priest

tolling the bell
He takes one more drink

then falls into hell

Shalalilappara

Shalalilappadoo
There's nothing to find
There's nothing to loose

Honey I want you

to bring me a beer
It ain't no use

to scream

Oh, Ma Cherie
let me do it one more time
I have a glory

when you're mine

I put out my last butt

I feel nothing at all
I'll drink my last shot

then I've gotta go

When I feel run down
I'll finish the show
then disappear down

in Mexico

Shalalilappara

Shalalilappadoo

When you’re around

Then I’ve gotta move

You give me the feeling
it's a walk on the moon
and I dance on the ceiling

with you

Oh, Ma Cherie
let me do it one more time
I have a glory

when you're mine

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