“Night Surfer”

They Don’t Know About Me And You (LYRICS)

There used to be a subway

Right above your head

My father played for the passers by

On his violin

He burned that box for firewood

And he laid his burden down

Now I don't have a father anymore

You can take your Norman Rockwells

And your teenage billionaires

With their panic rooms and time machines

And vintage rocking chairs

When the moon is rising up

Behind the pyramid

We could be in Heaven or in Hell

You could be my savior

I could be yours too

They say the race is over

They don't know about me and you

They don't know about me and you

Take this note to Memphis

There's a woman I once knew

She's buried in the catacombs

You can lay it on her tomb

She taught how to take a punch

And I've taken more than my share

Now I don't have a mother anymore

You could be my savior

I could be yours too

They say the race is over

They don't know about me and you

They don't know about me and you

He burned that box for firewood

He laid his burden down

Now I don't have a father anymore

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