E5
When you're quiet, but your eyes
                A5
Are saying everything I need to know

I want to burrow like a sparrow
         C5
Dodging alley cats and whiskers
    Bb5
Why do we talk in whispers?
      F5
Is it painful hearing voices ring
   G5
So early in the morning?


E5
I've been waiting for the day
                   A5
When I can throw away these numbers

That line my dresser drawers and cupboards
         C5
Start me over
            Bb5
Life seems so much slower
           F5
With your toothbrush by the mirror
        G5
Can I make it any clearer?

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C5                 G5           F5
And I just might say it tonight
C5              G5        F5
I just might say it tonight
C5              G5          F5
I just might tell you tonight
            C5
That I love you
                G5              F5
And you should stay all my life


E5
They'll tell you that you'll maybe make it
                       A5
If you just cut your clothes and change your hair

But I won't fuss and moan
               C5
'bout what you wear
         Bb5
I feel so much better
         F5
When I read your dirty letters
                 G5
Just wear your sweaters in the winter
E5
'Cause I wonuldn't want you to get cold
                    A5
I hope that we're together when we're old

I would have sold all my possessions
       C5
Never took piano lessons
      Bb5
But baby you're a grand
            F5
And I will learn to play the good notes
     G5
And tune you up the best I can

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