Written by:
Barry Gibb

Robin Gibb
Maurice Gibb
(1972)

Lead vocals:
Barry Gibb
Robin Gibb

Album:
Bootleg: One kick in the head is worth eight in the pants

Transcript by Luis Alberto Gonzales


[Barry]
Ooh, it is snowing,
Outside it is snowing.
Somewhere on 5th Avenue I used to know a friend.
In my bed I’m lying.
Times I am defying.
There’s no will, no remedy for all the years gone by.

[Robin]
Back in 1958:
We used to swing on Harry’s gate.
The things we did we though were great in 1958.

[Barry]
Back in 1964:
We used to knock on Harry’s door.
And do the things we did before in 1964.

[Robin]
I hear some music
Some old-fashioned music
It’s played so often in my head, I don’t know anymore.
In my bed I’m lying.
Age I am defying.
I close my eyes and in my dreams I see those days again.

[Barry]
Back in 1958:
We used to swing on Harry’s gate.
The things we did we though were great in 1958.

[Robin]
Back in 1964:
We used to knock on Harry’s door.
And do the things we did before in 1964.

[Barry & Robin]
Back in 1965:
The things we did were more alive.
We knew we’d live throughout the drive in 1965.
Oh…oh…oh…

Harry’s Gate

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