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Lyrics from song in the 60's or 70's

There is a lyric and tune running through my head (sorry, I'm in my early 60's and these things happen), and I cannot find a reference to it anywhere on the Internet.  The lyric goes something like:

"And down the lane the dogs are barking and the lamps have lost their spark"

Can anyone out there help me (or even remember a song similar)?  I want to say it was a male vocalist, and maybe a group.  It was more like a ballad, without a lot of amplified electric guitar.

Please help restore my sanity!



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I think you mean "One too many mornings"  -or "A thousand miles behind" -( it was never officially titled ) a duet by Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan. An unlikely duo - but they had many sessions together and had a lot of fun doing some unusual songs - -                                            - I'm in my mid 60's -I guess we codgers remember the good sounds -LOL - enjoy it Cool

What is truth -

here on this link you can find all lyrics

 please check it out

Dutch Lyrics 

Thanks, especially to Charlie2911!

I really appreciate you returning my sanity!


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