Al Collinsworth

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Song Description

Strong walking song, walker is thinking hard about the future and the past.

Story Behind the Song

NYC street life and music success/failure experience in NYC. World trade towers fall and viewer sees all (future and past) from his balcony in lower Manhatten.

Lyrics

From My Balcony
(Al Collinsworth, 2003)

Walking down East 53rd towards 7th Avenue
Times Square lights are bright but lost in the night.
From my balcony I see, you've turned your lights on for me.
I wonder if this town can keep me alive one more day?

Children were playing in the park last night
Five fountain lanterns were blazing cutting the scene
From my balcony I see the lights are falling on me.

Watching all the crowds go by chasing someone else's dream
Winding down a summer day I know I'll remember when,
I was only 17 when I first saw your face,
The concrete and the harbor lights and the thrill of your fast pacce.

Crosstown traffic, subway, bus window to my world
I miss your style, your starry eyes, but you're gone again.
I'm on my way, back to the arms where I want to stay.

Song Length
4:13
Genre
Rock - Progressive Rock
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Determination
Similar Artist
Rod Stewart
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Al Collinsworth, Ron Raybould
Music Credits Al Collinsworth, Ron Raybould, Steve Reaves
Producer Credits Al Collinsworth
Publisher Credits Al Collinsworth
Performance Credits Al Collinsworth, Steave Reaves, Ron Raybould, Mark Miceli, John Piaget, Armando d'Banjoluci
Label Credits Hoppin' Hound Records