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Here are two living room demos that show off state-of-the-art two-boombox technology.

Union Square actually does have lyrics, and there is a nice studio version sung by Amanda that I may post later. This one is instrumental.

You and Me In a Doorway

You and me in a doorway, a long way from home
Watching the raindrops on the cobblestone

Got my hands in your pockets, wonder and awe
It can’t be a crime as long as you’re the law

And if I never get home and I never get back
If I never find the things I lack
If I could stand in this doorway
Until the end of time

As the rain comes down from the clouds
And my mind starts to spin
Memories they gather around
Don’t know where to begin

If I knew what I might find
I’d let the weather wash away my mind
And I would stay in this doorway
Until the end of time

Later on by the river, under the stars
Counting our change and watching the passing cars

Somewhere out on the water, the sound of a bell
The lights on the window blink: motel, motel, motel

And if I never get home and I never get back
I could live without the things I lack
If I could stand by this river
Until the end of time

As the rain comes down from the clouds
And my head starts to spin
Memories they gather around
Don’t know where to begin

And I don’t care what I’ll find
If the river could wash away my mind
Then I would stay in this doorway
Until the end of time

And I would never walk down the road
I would never walk down the road

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