Lyrics:Concrete And Clay

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Concrete And Clay
By: Unit 4 + 2
Year: 1965

You, to me Are sweet as roses in the morning You, to me Are soft as summer in the dawn In love we share That's something rare

The sidewalks and the street The concrete and the clay Beneath my feet begin to crumble But love will never die You know, we'll see the mountains crumble Before we say goodbye My love and I will be In love eternally That's the way That's the way love was meant to be

All around I see the purple shades of evening On the ground Shadows fall and once again You're in my arms So tenderly

The sidewalks and the street The concrete and the clay Beneath my feet begin to crumble But love will never die You know, we'll see the mountains crumble Before we say goodbye My love and I will be In love eternally That's the way That's the way love was meant to be

The sidewalks and the street The concrete and the clay Beneath my feet begin to crumble But love will never die You know, we'll see the mountains crumble Before we say goodbye My love and I will be In love eternally That's the way That's the way love was meant to be That's the way That's the way love was meant to be

Linnell outro: Ahh, a little taste of They Might Be Giants, here on They Might Be Giants's Dial-A-Song service. Hi, this is John of They Might Be Giants. That was, of course, Concrete and Clay, originally done by the Unit 4+2 back in 1964! You're onto They Might Be Giants's Dial-A-Song service - all They Might Be Giants, all the time. Thanks.