JOHN & MARY


A Nightfall Lyrics

Late in the nighttime, met in a dream
I was only five in it and you
Were probably nineteen
You were playing in the capitol
Of Washington D.C.

I walked through corridors pale marble green
And then there you were playing
'The Streets of Baltimore' again
The fringe upon your coat sleeves
Shook like leaves upon a tree.

Maybe it was all because I played
Your records just before
Maybe it was something in your voice
That called to me again.
Just like a sweater that wraps around
So close to me
You stayed with me then.

Must have been summer porcelain clean
The room spread out a dome above me
Line of figurines
You said it was a song for me,
Your lamb a wild goose scene.

Maybe it was all because I played
Your records just before
Maybe it was something in your voice
That called to me again.
Just like a sweater that wraps around
So close to me
You stayed with me then.

I dreamed green darkness,
Sound filled the room
You walked away from me strumming a guitar
I fell with you

Maybe it was all because I played
Your records just before
Maybe it was something in your voice
That called to me again.
Just like a sweater that wraps around
So close to me
You stayed with me then, a nightfall.

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Record Label(s): 1993 Rykodisc Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company
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