Friday, April 10, 2009

"Bridget" by Gary Jude Anderson - Lyrics

this street looks like
it hasn't been lived on in 20 years
i stand and i wait
every now and then someone appears
when a breeze blows from alley ways
as the sky turns various grays
and bridget, tell me where are you

theater on the corner,
i could probably walk in for free
pizzaria or is it a diner?
not many people do i see
this big building was once a store
i bet nobody knows what for
and bridget, where could you be now?

bridget, oh bridget
i need your light to try and find me now
i made my point a long time ago
on this lonely road i go
but still and all i think i'm right somehow

evening downtown
not much different than the afternoon
go bowling, play the jukebox
there oughta be a crowd here soon
i hear pins tumbling down i think
no its just the ice cubes in this drink
and bridget, tell me is that you

bridget, oh bridget
i need your ligh to try and find me now
i made my point a long time ago
on this lonely road i go
but still and all i think i'm right somehow

darkness of night falls
on a now silent main street
on a bench i sit and wonder
what if you and i should ever meet
do i really want to get involved
or is this mystery best left unsolved
and bridget, where can you be now

bridget, oh bridget
i need your light to try and find me now
i made my point a long time ago
on this lonely road i go
and still and all i think i'm right somehow
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GJA @ The Elvis Show, 1995, introduced by Steve Prisco:

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