5th and Broadway by Paul Wright


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Diego's Diary by Paul Wright

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5th and Broadway
by Paul Wright

Album: Diego's Diary


When she was just a young girl
She had a lot of dreams
like moving from a small town to a bigger city
Her parents always warned her saying: "darling don't you leave"
But nothing could stop her from doing what she believed.

Yea.So she took a flight late at night from her home all alone down to california
She left a note that she wrote on her bed and it read "poppa i told ya. But i'll be back someday
Don't ya worry bout me" Ohhh.

And she knows that dreams
Can come true
Unless she believes
And wants them to
And he knows there's more
In this old bookstore
Someday they'll see that love is right around the corner, on fifth and broadway.

This is where he grew up got drunk and threw up
skipped class to do whatever till it blew up
in his face
His dad thought it was a waste put him back in his place
But his grandma showed them love and his grandpa showed them grace
Down in ---, He loved just hanging with the homies on newport have eating burgers down at hodads and before his gramps passed away he said 'you better write a book like me someday'
So he started to write late at night in his home all alone
About life in the city
About a millionaire who lost it all and got it back in a year
Down to the last penny and look at him now
He's on top of the world

And she knows that dreams
Can come true
Unless she believes
And wants them too
And he knows there's more
In this old bookstore
She knows that dreams
Can come true
Unless she believes
And wants them too
She knows there's more
In this old bookstore
love is right around the corner
On fifth and broadway.

Kinda funny how a life can change
Everything gets rearranged
Nothings ever gonna be the same
Day after day page after page
It's kinda funny how she reads this town
Like a novel that she can't put down.


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