Amsterdam (Baez Joan)

Just the pattern of sunlight on a building, Just a flash in a window I was passing, Just a frame in a movie I remember, Amsterdam. Just the sound of a wheel in the gravel, Just the click of a heel in the pavement, Just a moment like any other moment, Amsterdam. I remember your lips. I remember your eyes, And the taste of the kiss, And your graceful goodbye. You lied. Goodbye. Just the scent of perfume on the linen, Just the print of a palm on the pillow, Just the hint of the moon from the window, Amsterdam. Just a ghost in the steam on the mirror, Just a shadow of motion in the water, Just a need to look over my shoulder, Amsterdam. I remember your lips. I remember your eyes, And the taste of the kiss, And your graceful goodbye. You lied. Goodbye. Just two lovers asleep in the silence, As I walk from the door. Just the weight of a heart as it's falling, Nothing more. I remember your lips. I remember your eyes, And the taste of the kiss, And your graceful goodbye. You lied. Goodbye. Goodbye, goodbye. Goodbye.