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HELLO, HOW ARE YOU

 

The neon lights shine on the cars

And people rushing by

Through the fog and the chill at the night

And the rain comes pouring down

Suddenly I see her face

Coming through the crowd

 

Hello, how are you

Itís good to see you dear

Though youíre late

I just wait like before

Hello, how are you

And my youíre looking grand

With the way you look ever more

 

The water-filled hole in my shoe

And the moon still gathered in my hand

If I could stand here forever Iíd stand

And the rain comes pouring down

 

Hello, how are you

Itís good to see you dear

Though youíre late

I just wait like before

Good to see you back

And hello, how are you

And my youíre looking grand

Ahhhhhhh

With the way that you look ever more

Oh, oh, yeah

 

Hello, how are you

Itís good to see you dear

Oh, oh, oh, oh

Though youíre late

I just wait like before

Donít you know I love you

Yeah

 

Hello, how are you

And my youíre looking grand

Hey, hey, with the wayÖ.

 

 

FRAN  

 

Monday morning, nothing on

Wondering where your cat has gone

Listening to the lonely sounds inside

 

Oh Fran, youíre looking for a man

A literary man who can

Write a poem or two about you

 

And though I know you havenít met just yet

Someday youíll find your T S Elliott

Or your Hermann Hesse
For a poor unpublished poet like me

 

Oh Fran, you really need a tan

But donít you know the sun wonít come

If you donít open your windows

 

Now and then when I walk by

You know it makes me almost want to cry

Just to see you so blue

When you know Iím just as lonely as you

 

And then weíre talking about our old lovers

Thinking about times going by

Did you realise, I saw flash

Just cross your eyes

 

Fran youíre looking for a man

A literary man who can

Write a poem or two about you

 

And although I know you havenít met just yet

Someday youíll find your T S Elliott

Or your Hermann Hesse

For a poor unpublished, long and lonely

Lean and hungry poet like me

Poet like me

Poet like me

Poet like me

 

 


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