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Margarette Angel (Worthington Street at Noon) - Eddie Holly lyrics


Intro

Margarette Angel doesnít dance no more under red lights blinking
She sits alone at the bar next door watch them young girls come drinkin
Then they take painted smiles and an innocence wild just one block down further
Where they swing for fools on a stage of poles swing like thereís no tomorrow

Margarette Angel doesnít sing no more cigarette voice raspy
Them old men at the bar next door they humming war songs of the forties
Then with wetted lips and their jaded wishes they step one block down further
Where they dream like fools on front row stools , oh for to fill that hunger

CHORUS
Look Homeward Angel, tell me how longís it been
Seems just like yesterday that we first stepped in
A stone , A leaf, an unfound door, the Rock and the Web
So the rivers flow , even angels know you Canít Go Home Again

Solo

Margarette Angel doesnít talk no more, says she ainít got no reason
She pulls the shades with a spilling dream while them old men keep believingí
Til they pass those shadows and slowly slip to one block down farther yet
Where they lie alone in fields of stone , sweet dreams of young Margarette

CHORUS
Look Homeward Angel, tell me how longís it been
Seems just like yesterday that we first stepped in
A stone , A leaf, an unfound door, the Rock and the Web
So the rivers flow , even angels know you Canít Go Home Again
even angels know you Canít Go Home Again

Outro
Margarette Angel, Margarette come home.
If You Stumble, Stumble Lightly album
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