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The Stars Began To Dance Around

By Bruce Clifford

I remember window shopping in the rain
The taxi driver stopped and then he drove away
The lonely faces getting lost in the crowd
So many day trips, and talking out loud

I remember the ice and the snow
Some tried to stay while some had to go
The old house off Canal Road burned to the ground
Down to Cedar Beach we felt safe and sound

The sky one night was clear and bright
As the stars began to dance around
It was hard to believe what was there to see
The stars began to dance around
It was hard to believe what was there to see
The stars began to dance around

The summer nights and the winter chill
The stars began to dance around
The harmony and the daffodils
The stars began to dance around
When I woke up in the morning
I wasn't sure if it was a dream
But the others that were with me
Saw exactly what I had seen

The stars one night were shining bright
As the stars began to dance around
Who would ever believe what we had seen
The stars began to dance around
It was hard to believe what was there to see
The stars began to dance around

When I woke up in the morning I wasn't sure if it was a dream
But the others that were with me saw exactly what I had seen

(11/24/01)
 

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