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Billy Joel

Late at night
When itís dark and cold
I reach out
For someone to hold
When Iím blue
When Iím lonely
She comes through
Sheís the only one who can
My baby grand
Is all I need
In my time
Iíve wandered everywhere
Around this world
She would always be there
Any day
Any hour
All it takes
Is the power in my hands
This baby grandís
Been good to me
Iíve had friends
But they have slipped away
Iíve had fame
But it doesnít stay
Iíve made fortunes
Spent them fast enough
As for woman
They donít last with just one man
But baby grand
Will stand by me
They say that no oneís gonna play this on the radio
They said the melancholy blues were dead and gone
But only songs like these
Played in minor keys
Keep those memories holding on
Iíve come far
From the life Iíve strayed in
Iíve got scars
From those dives Iíve played in
Now Iím home
And Iím weary
In my bones
Every dreary one night stand
But baby grand
Came home with me
Ever since this gig began
My baby grandís
Been good to me

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Born William Martin Joel in the Bronx in 1949, the American Ď80s artist Billy Joel first became famous with the hit single ďPiano ManĒ in 1973. Although he retired from the pop recording industry in the early 1990s, his music continues to have a huge impact on audiences around the world....Read Billy_Joel Bio

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