In Tiburon (Van Morrison)

Across the bay the fog is lifting And I am here in Tiburon That's what she said When she was sitting looking out at the Golden Gate In the morning dawn Across the bay in San Francisco Where city lights and Ferlinghetti stay North Beach alleyways and cafés Kerouac and Ginsberg Gregory Corso and Neal Cassady all held sway Vince Guaraldi would play 'Cast Your Fate To The Wind' in the distance Lenny Bruce got busted at 'The Hungry Eye' The 'No-Name Bar' down in Sausalito Across the street where Chet Baker used to play My heart was beating on the hillside Near Belvedere and Tiburon I need to take you back, back down to 'Frisco Now we need each other, need each other to lean on Vince Guaraldi would play 'Cast Your Fate To The Wind' And we'd listen In the evening across the way Chet Baker would play down at the trident With his horn he blew everybody away The Cliff House down at the Seal Rock Hotel Foghorns blowing all night long 'til dawn Gerry Street culchies left their homeland a long while ago Some have stayed, but others not for so long My heart was beating on the hillside Near Belvedere and Tiburon Take you back down to San Francisco Now we need each other more than ever to lean on Now we need each other more than ever to lean on Lean on me Lean on Now we need each other more than ever to lean on Back to city lghts, North Beach and Broadway We need each other We need each other to lean on Across the bay in Tiburon Across the bay in Tiburon