Greenwich Village Girl

Greenwich Village in the ’60s became my home
They were the streets I loved to roam
Barefoot and happy with my wine in my hand
I thought there was no life as grand
You could smoke a joint on the street
No one noticed…not even the cop on the beat
Wearing old jeans and a tie-dyed shirt
I was so happy and just loved to flirt
Singing and dancing in the street
And keeping up with every beat
To hear miremba bands at the Cafe Bizarre
And listen to poetry under the stars
Passing canvases in the street
Where all the young artists would meet
There were people from all locales
And gay men did not have to act like pals
Women with hats and long flowing hair
Walking in Greenwich Village without a care
You could sit at a table at a local cafe
And it was alright if you forgot to pay
No one judged you for who you were
Whether you wore rags or a long fur
I was the Greenwich Village Girl…happy as can be
And there was no one luckier than me

Greenwich Village Girl

Sally Omar

Joined January 2008

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