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One last look at the grace of
Miss Emma Peel

Catch the curve of your leather heel
Before he blacks out
That's another one down
For Miss Emma Peel
an awful lot of heads 
When she comes to town 

Miss Grace when you walk by 
You're the twinkle in my eye 
There's no need to wonder why 
I've fallen
Ooh, Miss Grace
Satin and perfume and lace
The minute I saw your face
I knew that I loved you

Hey you, listen to me
I’ve got a lotta truth I
Miss ol' St. Louis, wish I was back
Picking my guitar by the railroad track
All them pretty women's, hangin' 'round me
Miss ol' St. Louis, how it
grace my stage I can't find the words to say
Music must be, must be a woman
You're my anthem, you're the reason why I dance
Music, missis music, miss
everythin' but I tell him what I can, hmm
Stopped by the barroom down by the union hall
Next thing I know a man said hey, said last call

You're gonna miss
saved by God
And I'm lost by her grace and peculiar
Smell
The kings were gone
Disappearing heads
The kings were gone
But I'll miss you the most
Until we
Met a girl by the name of Miss Fortune
Her daddy was a very rich man
He told me, "Son, proceed with caution"
If you wanna take my little girl's
Maybe we'll make Texas by the morning
Light the bayou with our taillights in the night
Eight hundread miles to El Paso from the state line
And we
I miss the feeling that I belong
Surrounded by the love that I know at home
I never get to stay long
I might stop, but then I gotta move on
When
In a broken down apartment house
Lay a woman in labor
She said by the grace of God I'll have this child
And the help of a neighbor
At six o'clock
Stuck in traffic trying to get to New Orleans
The further on I go the more I long for where I've been

You know what' Just forget it
Name
Sally and Sweet Sixteen
Good Golly Miss Molly and Maybellene
He sent the whole world Walking to New Orleans

Mr. Hiatus won’t ya save us from your
Sally and Sweet Sixteen
Good Golly Miss Molly and Maybellene
He sent the whole world Walking to New Orleans

Mr. Hiatus won’t ya save us from your
SPRING

In a broken down apartment house
Laid a woman in labor
She said by the grace of God
I'll have this child
And the help of a neighbor
Six
He had brunette hair with blond streaks
A different kind of fellow
Sitting on the road in New Orleans
He ate fillet gumbo, I think I ordered steak
We've fallen of grace again
Could be the beginning of the end
We stood by and watched the young walk away
Could not stay
I can't believe we'd
kiss
That's all died

I miss the way you paint square flowers
And I love the way your grace is your face
I miss the way you taste
(I miss the way
me of
What I might miss

To live what I believe
Pray for those in need
Always give more than enough

To gently walk in grace
Boldly stand in faith
Most
We've fallen of grace again 
Could be the beginning of the end 
We stood by and watched the young 
Walk away could not stay 
I can't believe we'd
like this
Or to brood over who's done you wrong
If the years pass you by, look at all that you'll miss
You've been walking in shadows too long

It's
There's a morning train
That's headed for New Orleans
Carrying business men and week day shoppers
I have sixteen bucks and a dollar in change
kissed my face
Pushed me down and put me in my place
The French would call that the coup de grace
No, that's not my native tongue

Found a raincoat in
saving grace I ever had
You were the only, you were the only saving grace I ever had

If I'm home by sunrise will my islands fade?
I'm too tired now
Touched by all of your grace
The only one to see my other face

Is it too much to ask of you
To stay inside with me?
Is it too much to ask of you