From the recording East 33rd Street

This is a song written for my lady. East 33rd Street reminisces on a house where we spent a lot of time together, and touches on the idea of always holding a special place in our hearts for the moment we're in.

Lyrics

Waxing moon, me and you in the middle of September
I'm right where I'm supposed to be

Pillow's dead, blue and red and the furry friends run wild
I love when you're here with me

And I don't wanna forget these days when I am old and wrinkly
And I could love you for eternity

Stars are out, crickets shout and the winter months are coming
I'll grab a blanket for the bed

Fuzzy socks, chocolate's hot and the fireplace is roarin'
So the love we feel is warm

And I don't wanna forget these days when I am old and wrinkly
And I could love you for eternity

And I don't wanna forget these days when I am old and wrinkly
And I could love you for eternity