Main Street Lyrics - Bob Seger

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Words and Music by Bob Seger

I remember standing on the corner at midnight
Trying to get my courage up
There was this long lovely dancer in a little club downtown
I loved to watch her do her stuff
Through the long lonely nights she filled my sleep
Her body softly swaying to that smoky beat
Down on Mainstreet

In the pool halls, the hustlers and the losers
I used to watch 'em through the glass
Well I'd stand outside at closing time
Just to watch her walk on past
Unlike all the other ladies, she looked so young and sweet
As she made her way alone down that empty street
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Down on Mainstreet

And sometimes even now, when I'm feeling lonely and beat
I drift back in time and I find my feet
Down on Mainstreet
Down on Mainstreet






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Lonely Down On Main Street | Reviewer: Dick Valleton | 3/4/2006

This is a song for anyone who has ever loved, ever lost, ever been lonely. In other words, everyone. As with all great songs, the lyrics will mean somewhat different things to different people, but the essential meaning is right there and expressed in a beautiful, eternal way.

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