"6th Avenue Heartache" Lyrics

Sara Evans Lyrics


"6th Avenue Heartache"
originally by The Wallflowers

Sirens ring shots ring out
Stranger cries, screams out loud
I had my world strapped against my back
I held my hands and never knew how to act

And the same black line that was drawn on you
Was drawn on me and now its drawn me in
Sixth avenue heartache

Below me was a homeless man
I’m singing songs I knew complete
On steps alone his guitar in hand
It’s fifty years stood where he stands

And the same black line that was drawn on you
Was drawn on me and now its drawn me in
Sixth avenue heartache
Yeah, the same black line that was drawn on you
Was drawn on me and now its drawn me in
Sixth avenue heartache

Now walking home
On those streets
River winds move my feet
Subway steam like silhouettes in dreams
They stood by me just like moonbeams

And the same black line that was drawn on you
Was drawn on me and now its drawn me in
Sixth avenue heartache

Look out the window down upon that street
And gone like a midnight was that man
But I see his six string laid against that wall
And all his things, they all look so small
I got my fingers crossed on a shooting star
Just like me, just moved on

And the same black line that was drawn on you
Was drawn on me and now its drawn me in
Sixth avenue heartache
And the same black line that was drawn on you
Was drawn on me and now its drawn me in
Sixth avenue heartache

Yeah, the same black line that was drawn on you
Was drawn on me and now its drawn me in
Sixth avenue heartache
And the same black line that was drawn on you
Was drawn on me and now its drawn me in
Sixth avenue heartache

Album "Copy That" (2020)
 

 
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