In stepping stride

I walk the same streets

My foreign countenance in your native place

My unaccustomed eyes

Blinded by the mercury glow of the streetlights

Your voice echos off canyons of concrete

And your verse winds through balconies

In the cool evening breeze of a waning summer

I follow the fleeting scent of your memory

Through the warrens of life you once inhabited

And whose song

You sang for the world to hear

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