• Piano Man
  • Uptown Girl
  • We Didn't Start the Fire
  • Just The Way You Are
  • She's Always a Woman
  • Only the Good Die Young
  • The Longest Time
  • Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)
  • My Life
  • New York State Of Mind
  • It's Still Rock and Roll to Me
  • The River of Dreams
  • Vienna
  • You May Be Right
  • Tell Her About It
  • Honesty
  • Scenes from an Italian Restaurant
  • Allentown
  • Captain Jack
  • She's Got a Way
  • Goodnight Saigon
  • Don't Ask Me Why
  • The Entertainer
  • The Stranger
  • Big Shot
  • An Innocent Man
  • Say Goodbye to Hollywood
  • A Matter Of Trust
  • And So It Goes
  • Leningrad
  • Pressure
  • You're My Home
  • I Go to Extremes
  • The Downeaster "Alexa"
  • Lullabye (Goodnight, My Angel)
  • You're Only Human (Second Wind)
  • Keeping the Faith
  • Leave a Tender Moment Alone
  • This Is The Time
  • The Night Is Still Young
  • The Ballad Of Billy The Kid
  • Everybody Loves You Now
  • Get It Right the First Time
  • Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway)
  • Everybody Has a Dream
  • Baby Grand
  • All For Leyna
  • It's Still Rock & Roll To Me
  • All About Soul
  • Only The Good Die Young - Single Version


Viktor was born in the spring of ´44
And never saw his father anymore
A child of sacrifice, a child of war
Another son who never had a father after Leningrad
Went off to school and learned to serve the state
Followed the rules and drank his vodka straight
The only way to live was down the hate
A Russian life was very sad
And such was life in Leningrad

I was born in ´49
A cold war kid in McCarthy time
Stop ´em at the 38th Parallel
Blast those yellow reds to hell
And cold war kids were hard to kill
Under their desk in an air raid drill
Haven´t they heard we won the war
What do they keep on fighting for?

Viktor was sent to some Red Army town
Served out his time, became a circus clown
The greatest happiness he´d ever found
Was making Russian children glad
And children lived in Leningrad

But children lived in Levittown
And hid in the shelters underground
Until the soviets turned their ships around
And tore the Cuban missiles down
And in that bright October sun
We knew our childhood days were done
And I watched my friends go off to war
What do they keep on fighting for?

And so my child and I came to this place
To meet him eye to eye and face to face
He made my daughter laugh, then we embraced
We never knew what friends we had
Until we came to Leningrad


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