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up
And I watched a thousand people go home from work, yeah

Hangin' on the corner of 52nd and Broadway
Cars passin' by but none of them seem to go my
Ran into three Puerto Ricans
These girls took us to the fun house
Where we played a lonely pinball machine 

Hangin' on the corner of 52nd
by

Heard a bugle blowing in the misty morning
What a haunting sound over Times Square
Heard of the ghost of 52nd Street
Looked out the door but
the eye
52nd enterprise, marchin' in these chucks like they boots
Money make a pussy get the juice
Money make the copper give a pass
Money make me cop
stayed at 52nd street so that's what all these niggas thought
Cause they was from hilltop, where niggas pill pop
So I'm pulling up to the chill spot with
might off him, no them boys on Figg don't play
Most my life on 51st, went to school on 52nd
Used to fight on 49th, Grandma said be home by night
But her
Protected by the master.

London... London...
You scream the largest portion of the day
London... London...
Rest your lungs, tomorrow's on its way.
the world and it ain't so big at all 
This time tomorrow what will we see 
Field full of houses, endless rows of crowded streets 
I don't where I'm going,
Don't let this chance slip by. 
Because
Tomorrow never lies.
Tomorrow never lies.

No it's never gonna lie 
If you live tomorrow today.
There are
Heavy burdens, wounded feet,
Driven by love, that's why
One last time through the streets of Jerusalem,
Up to the hill where you gave your life.
forget the raise
Preacher says to keep the faith
Good things come to those who wait
Tomorrow's another day

Our time is coming
When or where the good
But tomorrow never came

When you hear the price they paid
I'm sure you'll come and join the masquerade

One by one and two by two
Past eight by
time, this place
This state of grace
The promise of tomorrow
Your thread runs through
Park Avenue
Street of dreams and sorrow
new by tomorrow
We'll be brand new by tomorrow

I used to love the games we played
But now I have to stay on my side of the street
I used to love
kids in thirty years have gained the upper hand

Tomorrow s soldier is on the street
Jeans to the knee boots on his feet

Tomorrows soldiers first
But tomorrow never came

When you hear the price they paid
I'm sure you'll come and join the masquerade

One by one and two by two
Past eight by
If I see you tomorrow on some street in town
Pardon me if I don't say "Hello"
I belong to another, and it doesn't look so good
To know someone I'm
If I see you tomorrow on some street in town
Pardon me if I don't say "Hello."
I belong to another and it doesn''t look so good
To know someone
But tomorrow never came

When you hear the price they paid
I'm sure you'll come and join the masquerade

One by one and two by two
Past eight by
gold
At the end of the world
And I'll come home
To Illinois
On the day after tomorrow

It is so hard
And it's cold here
And I'm tired of taking
where they're sold
Midnight, you've got to get there at midnight
And you'll be met there by others like you
Brothers as blue
Smiling on the street
to ask our leaders why
The day will come, a day of sorrow
A day we'll see them strollin' out to tomorrow.

The song of life that once we knew so well
where they're sold
Midnight, you've got to get there at midnight
And you'll be met there by others like you
Brothers as blue
Smiling on the street
where they're sold
Midnight, you've got to get there at midnight
And you'll be met there by others like you
Brothers as blue
Smiling on the street
where they're sold
Midnight, you've got to get there at midnight
And you'll be met there by others like you
Brothers as blue
Smiling on the street