From the recording Passing Through (2011)

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Lyrics

Garbo and Hepburn

Madeline was a cute girl she liked centre stage
When she was a younger girl she acted older than her age
She was always filled with confidence bursting at the seams
Garbo and Hepburn always in her dreams

Nineteen was a young age for living on the road
Missing the boys and the dances before her seeds were sewn
And her mind would always wander home as it happens in one’s teens
Garbo and Hepburn always in her dreams

So throw another broken heart into the pile of shattered dreams
Her boulevard was fading fast just like the silver screen

At twenty-two she took a bit role in a two bit uptown play
It dramatized the life and times of a girl who lost her way
And this girl was set adrift at sea a place she’d never been
Garbo and Hepburn always in her dreams

She’d play the wife and the mother in her toughest role
She’d never win an Oscar but she played with so much soul
And she’s filled with four start memories of Crawford and Norma Jean
Garbo and Hepburn always in her dreams

So throw another broken heart into the pile of shattered dreams
Her boulevard was fading fast just like the silver screen

She goes to church each Sunday now and contemplates her age
She knows the curtain will be falling soon cause all the worlds a stage
And she prays that in another world she can play the queen
Where Garbo and Hepburn are always in her dreams