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Justin Rutledge - The Suffering of Pepe O'Malley (pt. III) Lyrics

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  • Dear Madeline,
  • I am a tightrope walker from Barceona, Spain
  • Sometimes I lose my balance, and you complain,
  • but you'll always be, you'll always be my
  • Dear Madeline
  • If I afford the fare, can you meet me in London
  • with your Bible in Trafalgar Square?
  • 'Cause when you left me here,
  • my tears rolled by like taxis on Bloor Street
  • at 10 P.M. on a Friday night
  • Dear Emily,
  • I am a gargoyle carver from Florence, Italy
  • Sometimes the chisel slips and I forget your malady,
  • but you'll always be, you'll always be my
  • Dear Emily
  • If I afford the fare, can can you meet me in Dublin
  • with your compass and a smoke to spare?
  • There's only boozehounds here,
  • so I won't be home for Christmas or New Year,
  • but you'll always be, you'll always be my Dear Emily
  • She said, "I want to die in Vienna, listening to a moonlight sonata."

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