Friday, June 11, 2010
"Your demons come to light and your mind is not your own"
Billy Squier's Lonely Is the Night is our Friday traditio for this Feast of the Sacred Heart. This marks the fourth song of our '80s summer program.
"It's a high time to fight when the walls are closin' in
Call it what you like--it's time you got to win
Lonely, lonely, lonely--your spirit's sinkin' down
You find you're not the only stranger in this town"
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