Somewhat Delayed Deja-Vu

- David Munyon
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Lyric "Somewhat Delayed Deja-Vu"

(David Munyon/S.P. Standley)

You got me.

Kentucky's dreaming
down a thousand miles of memory
in a single hour
she repeats the same thing she did the life before
or long ago, or an hour ago she glides on
in assurance that the life she leads though boring
doesn't mean a thing to those
who don't know the scoring
when dawn hits, it's me and you
and somewhat delayed deja-vu

Kentucky's dancing
down a hundred nights of heartache
in Connecticut
In Connecticut there's always room for openess
with a fire place and two hearts that race right on
sing the subway wall in graphic tile grafitti
it's a shame that no one takes any time to read it
when night comes, it's me and you
and somewhat delayed deja-vu

Sing about your hearts in love experience
call her Wanda, call her what you will
sing about your heroes and coincidence
try to find a southern whiporwill

Kentucky's praying
for a million souls in Anchorage, Alaska
in Anchorage there's precious gold
that's frozen there, frozen there
she really cares on and on
we gather what we can
in cans and trash cans
and what we could we don't
because we just can't
but, what gets you thoughis me and you
and somewhat delayed deja-vu

Kentucky's crying

David Munyon: vocal, guitar
Frank Fiedler: acoustic bass
Hrolfur Vagnsson: accordion
David Munyon

David Munyon

David Jumper Munyon (born August 19, 1952 in Newport, Rhode Iceland) is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist.