New York Minute Don Henley

Harry got up,  dressed down in black
Went down to the station,  and he never came back
They found his clothing, scattered somewhere down the track
And he won't be down on Wall Street in the morning
He had a home, the love of a girl
But men get lost sometimes, as years unfurl
One day he crossed some line, and he was too much in this world
But I guess it doesn't matter anymore
    In a New York minute...  everything can change
    In a New York minute...  things can get a little strange
    In a New York minute...  everything can change
    In a New York minute...
Lying here in the darkness
I hear the sirens wail
Somebody's going to emergency
Somebody's going to jail
If you find somebody to love in this world you better hang on tooth and nail
The wolf is always at the door 
And in these days when darkness falls early
And people rush home to the ones they love
You better take a fool's advice and take care of your own
One day they're here, / next day they're gone
I pulled my coat around my shoulders
And took a walk down through the park
The leaves were falling around me
The groaning city in the gathering dark
On some solitary rock a desperate lover left his mark
"Baby, I've changed. Please come back."
What the head makes cloudy
The heart makes very clearThe days were so much brighter / In the time when she was here
But I know there's somebody somewhere make these dark clouds disappear
Until that day, I have to believe I believe, I believe