Byron Park

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by: Derek Greenberg
uploaded: 02/26/2011
notes:
At early dawn they draw the blinds And open up the doors A bank of fog comes rolling in Across the marble floors A quiet whisper in the dark and Empty dining room No rays of light can penetrate The dank and dusty gloom Aunt Betty wasn't ready To live in Byron Park The sound of footsteps down the hall When nobody is there The feeling that you're being watched A presence in the air Electric candles flicker from A swaying chandelier No haunted mansion can compare With Byron's atmosphere Aunt Betty wasn't ready To live in Byron Park It's nineteen thirty nine again Glen Miller takes the stage And leads the band through In the Mood It was the golden age  
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Byron Park
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