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Titel Pleasant Street
Komposition Tim Buckley, 1967
Originalinterpret Tim Buckley
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Gefundene Versionen
Interpret Titel Label/Jahr Platz
Tim Buckley "Goodbye And Hello" Elektra, 1967
Comebuckley "Comebuckley" BOY, 1987
Tim Buckley "Dream Letter - Live In London 1968" Demon, 1990
Tim Buckley "Honeyman" Manifesto, 1995
Geneva "Sing A Song For You (Tribute To Tim Buckley)" Manifesto, 2000
Songs To The Siren "Songs To The Siren 2" E=MC², 2010
Tim Buckley "Lady, Give Me Your Key: The Unissued 1967 Solo Acoustic Sessions" Future Days Recordings, 2016

You don't remember what to say
You don't remember what to do
You don't remember where to go
You don't remember what to choose
You wheel, you steal, you feel, you kneel
down, Down, down, down

All the stony people
Walking 'round in Christian licorice clothes
I can't hesitate
And I can't wait
For Pleasant Street

The sunshine reminds you of concreted skies
You thought you were flying but you opened your eyes
And you found yourself falling back to yesterday's lies
Hello, Pleasant Street,
you know she's back again
You wheel, you steal, you feel, you kneel
down. Down, down, down

All the stony people
Walking 'round in Christian licorice clothes
I can't hesitate
And I can't wait
For Pleasant Street

At twilight your lover comes to room
He'll spin you, he'll weave you, 'round his emerald loom
And softly, you'll whisper all around his ear
"Sweet lover, I love Pleasant Street
I wheel, I steal, I feel, my way down to kneel"
Down, down, down

All the stony people
Walking 'round in Christian licorice clothes
I can't hesitate
And I can't wait
For Pleasant Street

You don't remember what to say
You don't remember what to do
You don't remember which way to go
You don't remember what to choose