David Telson: words, music, guitars, vocals; Marc Shulman: guitar; Mauro Cambarieri and David Bensimon: guitars, bass, keyboards

Lyrics

I DON’T KNOW WHY AND I DON’T KNOW WHEN
THE SUN IS SETTING ON THE OTHER END
OF MY SKY, OF MY SKY
A STORM IS BREWING IN HER EYES

IF YOU WERE A CITY AND I WALKED YOUR STREETS
THROUGH THE ALLEYS THAT HIDE THE SEAMS
I’LL BE CAREFUL WITH THE BROKEN TWINE
‘CAUSE EVERY WOUND WILL FEEL LIKE MINE

AND I’M LOOKING FOR A SIGN ON THE ROAD
BUT IT’S GONE GONE GONE
I WONDER IF SOMEWHERE IN YOUR SOUL
THERE’S STILL AN OPEN DOOR

AND IN THE WINDOW RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME
I’LL SEE A LIGHT AND I’LL KNOW WHAT IT MEANS
I’LL ROAM THE EDGES AND I’LL CLIMB YOUR WALLS
AND FEEL THE WIND BENEATH YOUR SOUL

IF YOU WERE A CITY AND I WALKED YOUR STREETS
THROUGH THE ALLEYS THAT HIDE THE SEAMS
I’D ROAM ALL NIGHT UNTIL I SEE
THE MORNING LIGHT OF MEMORY

AND I’M LOOKING FOR A SIGN ON THE ROAD
BUT IT’S GONE GONE GONE
I WONDER IF SOMEWHERE IN YOUR SOUL
THERE’S STILL AN OPEN DOOR