You're A Big Girl Now - Bob Dylan
    They sat together in the park
    As the evenin' sky grew dark
    She looked at him an' he felt a spark
    Tingle to his bones
    'T was then he felt alone
    An' wished that he'd gone straight
    An' watched out for a simple twist of fate.

    They walked along by the old canal
    A little confused, i remember well
    An' stopped into a strange hotel
    With a neon burnin' bright
    He felt the heat of the night
    Hit him like a freight train
    Movin' with a simple twist of fate.

    A saxophone someplace far off played
    As she was walkin' on by the arcade
    As the light bust through a beat up shade
    Where he was wakin' up
    She dropped a coin into the cup
    Of another blind man at the gate
    An' forgot about a simple twist of fate.

    He woke up, the room was bare
    He didn't see her anywhere
    He told himself he didn't care
    Pushed the window open wide
    Felt an emptiness inside
    To which he just could not relate
    Brought on by a simple twist of fate.

    He hears the tickin' of the clock
    And walks along with a parrot that talks
    Hunts her down by the waterfront docks
    Where the sailors all come in
    Maybe she'll pick him out again
    How long must he wait
    On more time for a simple twist of fate.

    People tell me it's a sin
    To know an' feel to much within
    I still believe she was my twin
    But i lost the ring
    She was born in spring
    An' i was born too late
    Blame it on a simple twist of fate

    Marco Giunco
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