Marquee Moon (Alternate Version) (Previously Unissued) (Alternate Version   Previously Unissued)

Marquee Moon (Alternate Version) (Previously Unissued) (Alternate Version Previously Unissued)

Television

I remember
How the darkness doubled
I recall
Lightning struck itself.
I was listening
Listening to the rain
I was hearing
Hearing something else.
Life in the hive puckered up my night,
The kiss of death, the embrace of life.
There I stand neath the Marquee Moon Just waiting,
Hesitating
I ain't waiting
I spoke to a man
Down at the tracks.
I asked him
How he don't go mad.
He said 'Look here junior, don't you be so happy.
And for Heaven's sake, don't you be so sad.'
Well a Cadillac
It pulled out of the graveyard.
Pulled up to me
All they said get in.
Then the Cadillac
It puttered back into the graveyard.
And me,
I got out again.

Written by VERLAINE, TOM
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group

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