Reverie On Norfolk Street
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Written by: Zoë Randell, Steve Hassett

Produced by: Aaron Brooking Dessner, Luluc

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The sun comes in glowing on my bedroom wall
A staircase out the window, its shadow on the floor
Looking at the light and dust, a pretty golden storm
I can't help but wonder, do you miss me at all?
I can't help but wonder, do you miss me at all?

Schoolyard blues and dirty shoes, kicking round the farm
City dreams calling out, leave it all behind
Some noise above it, interrupts my quiet reverie
I can't help but wonder, do you ever think of me?

Down by the hidden creek around the bend
The willow leaves hanging down above our heads
All day we'd stay until the sun went down

A constancy of horns and sirens call out the whole day
City valleys catch the sound and turn it up again
The sweetest little bird song somehow breaks through the din
I wonder if you and I will ever meet again
I can't help but wonder if we'll ever meet again

Lover, it wasn't easy to pretend
Even the day you left, I was just there as a friend
No I never dreamed I'd let you go

Once this was the biggest place now it just feels small too
How can it be that I was ever scared of loving you
It was just the time, a need for rhyme, in amongst the blue
I guess I could just confess I really needed you
I guess I could just confess I really needed you
I guess I could just confess I really needed you

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