Malvina Reynolds: Song Lyrics and Poems  

Lost Children Street

Notes: words and music by Malvina Reynolds; copyright 1967 Schroder Music Company, renewed 1995.

Go through the mountain, through the mountain,
After the door has closed behind you,
You'll find the city that you seek, oh yes,
And Lost Children Street, oh yes,

Lost, lost, lost to me,
The baby that I held to me,
Now in gypsy clothes
With the booted feet,
Walking on Lost Children Street.

The little girl who left you crying,
The boy who slipped out in the night time,
You'll find them walking side by side, oh yes,
In Lost Children Street, oh yes.


You'll move invisible among them,
They, carried by in an enchantment,
Wild faces, wild and sure and sweet, oh yes,
In Lost Children Street, oh yes.


Malvina Reynolds songbook(s) in which the music to this song appears:
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Malvina Reynolds recording(s) on which this song is performed:
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Recordings by other artists on which this song is performed:
---- Janet Smith: The Unicorn and Other Songs (Takoma A 1027, 1968)
---- Rosalie Sorrels: Be Careful There's a Baby in the House (Green Linnet Records GLCD 2100, 1991)
---- Rosalie Sorrels: No Closing Chord; The Songs of Malvina Reynolds (Red House Records RHR CD 143, 2000)

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