C0 G1 1If I could open my arms
Dm2 Am3 2And span the length of the isle of Manhattan,
C4 G5 3I'd bring it to where you are
Dm6 Am7 4Making a lake of the East River and Hudson
C8 G9 5And if I could open my mouth
Dm10 Am11 6Wide enough for a marching band to march out of
C12 G13 7They would make your name sing
Dm14 Am15 8And bend through alleys and bounce off other buildings.
C16 Am17 C18 G19 C20 Am21 C22 G23 11
C24 G25 13I wish we could open our eyes
Dm26 Am27 14To see in all directions at the same time
C28 G29 15Oh what a beautiful view
Dm30 Am31 16If you were never aware of what was around you
C32 G33 17And it is true what you said
Dm34 Am35 18That I live like a hermit in my own head
C36 G37 19But when the sun shines again
Dm38 Am39 20I'll pull the curtains and blinds to let the light in.
F40 Am41 23Sorrow drips into your heart through a pinhole
C42 G43 24Just like a faucet that leaks and there is comfort in the sound
F44 Am45 25But while you debate half empty or half full
C46 G47 26It slowly rises, your love is gonna drown
F48 Am49 C50 G51 29 Your love is gonna drown
F52 Am53 C54 G55 -F56 - 30 Your love is gonna...
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