Текст песни Joni Mitchell - The Last Time I Saw Richard

Last time I saw Richard was Detroit in 68And he told me all romantics meet the same fateSomeday, cynical and drunk and boring someoneIn some dark cafe.You laugh, he said you think you're immuneGo look at eyesThey're full of moonYou like roses and kisses and pretty men to tell youAll those pretty lies, pretty lies.When you gonna realize they're only pretty liesOnly pretty lies, pretty lies.He put a quarter in the wurlitzer, and he pushedThree buttons and the thing began to whirl.And a waitress came by a fishnet stockings and a bow tieAnd she said: "drink up now it's getting on time to close".Richard, you haven't really changed, I said.That's just now you're romanticizing some pain that's in your head.You've got tombs in your in your eyes, but the songs

You punched are dreaming.Listen, they talk of love so sweetWhen you gonna get yourself back on your feet?Oh and love can be so sweet, love so sweet.Richard got married to a figure skaterAnd he bought her a dish washer and a coffe percolatorAnd he drinks at home now most night with the TV on And all the house lights left up bright.I'm gonna blow this damn candle outI don't want nobody comin'over to my tableI've got nothing to talk to anybody aboutAll good dreamers pass this away somedayHidin' behind bottles in dark cafes.Dark cafes.Only a darkness beforeI get my gorgeous wingsAnd fly awayOnly a phase, these dark cafe days
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