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Uploaded on Mar 20, 2007
The Suffering of Pepe O'Malley (Pt. III) from No Never Alone (2004).
Dear Madeline, I am a tightrope walker from Barceona, Spain Sometimes I lose my balance, and you complain, but you'll always be, you'll always be my Dear Madeline
If I afford the fare, can you meet me in London with your Bible in Trafalgar Square? 'Cause when you left me here, my tears rolled by like taxis on Bloor Street at 10 P.M. on a Friday night
Dear Emily, I am a gargoyle carver from Florence, Italy Sometimes the chisel slips and I forget your malady, but you'll always be, you'll always be my Dear Emily
If I afford the fare, can you meet me in Dublin with your compass and a smoke to spare? There's only boozehounds here, so I won't be home for Christmas or New Year, but you'll always be, you'll always be my Dear Emily
She said, "I want to die in Vienna, listening to a moonlight sonata."