Where Are You Tonight? (Journey Through Dark Heat) - Bob Dylan
    There's a long distance train
    Rollin' thru the rain
    Tears on the letter i write
    There's a woman i long to touch
    An' i'm missin' her so much
    But she's driftin' like a satellite

    There's a neon light blaze
    In the green smokey haze
    An' laughter down in Elisabeth street
    An' a lonesome bell tone
    In the valley of stone
    When she bathed in a steam of pure heat

    Her father would emphatize
    You got to be more than street-wise
    But he practiced what he preached from the heart
    A full blooded Cherokee
    He predicted to me
    The time an' the place that we part

    There's a babe in the arms of a woman in rage
    An' a long time golden haired stripper on the stage
    As she winds back the clock an' she turns back the page
    Of a book that nobody can write
    Oh, where are you tonight?

    The truth was obscure
    Too profound an' too pure
    To live it you had to explode
    In that last hour of need
    We entirely agreed
    Sacrifice was the code of the road

    I left town at dawn
    With Marcel an' Saint John
    Strong men belittled by doubt
    I couldn't tell her
    What my private thoughts were
    But she had some way of finding them out

    He took dead center aim
    But he missed just the same
    She was waitin' puttin' flowers on the shelf
    She could feel my despair
    As i climb up her hair
    And discovered her invisible self

    There's a lion in rage, there's a demon escaped
    There's a million dreams gone, there's a landscape bein' raped
    As her beauty fades an' i watch her undrape
    But i won't, but then again maybe i might
    Oh if i could just find you tonight

    I fought with my twin
    That enemy within
    'Til both of us fell by the way
    Horseplay an' disease
    'S killin you by degrees
    While tha law looks the other way

    Your partners in crime
    Hit me up for nickels and dimes
    The man you were lovin' couldn't get clean
    It felt out of place
    My foot in his face
    But he should have stayed where his money was green

    I bit into the root
    Of forbidden fruit
    With the juice runnin' down my leg
    Then i dealt with your boss
    Who'd never known about loss
    Who always was too proud to beg

    There's a white diamond gloom
    On the dark side of this room
    And a pathway that leas up to the stars
    If you don't believe there's a price
    For this sweet paradise
    Just remind me to show you the scars

    There's a new day at dawn an' i've finally arrived
    If i'm there in the morning, baby, you'd know i've survived
    I can't believe, i can't believe i'm alive
    But without you it doesn't seem right
    Oh, where are you tonight?

    Marco Giunco
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