From: [email protected] (Frank Semrau)
Jackson Browne: Late for the sky
C G
Of the words that all've been spoken,
F C
Somehow the feeling still wasn't right,
F Am G F C
And still we continued on through the night.
G
Tracing our steps from the beginning,
F C
Till they vanished into the air.
F Am G F C
Trying to understand how our live had let us fail.
F Am G F G
Looking hard into your eyes, there was nobody I'd ever known.
F Am G
Such an empty surprise to feel so alone.
C G
Now for me, some words come easy
F C
But I know that they don't mean that much,
F Am G C
Compared with the things that they say when lovers touch.
C G
You'll never knew what I loved in you,
F C
I don't know what you loved in me.
F Am G F C
Maybe the picture of somebody you will hope that I might be.
F Am G C G
Awake again, I can't pretend and I know I am alone.
F Am G C G
And close to the end of the feeling we've known.
F C
How long have I been sleeping?
F Am G C
How long have I been drifting alone through the night?
F Am
How long have I been dreaming I
G C
Could make it right if I close my eyes
F Am
And try with all my might to be the one you need ...
F Am G C G
Awake again, I can't pretend and I know I am alone.
F Am G C G
And close to the end of the feeling we've known.
F C
How long have I been sleeping?
F Am G C
How long have I been drifting alone through the night?
F Am
How long have I been running for
G C
That morning flight through the whispering promises
F C G
In the changing light of the bed where we both lie,
C
Late for the sky.
./\. "Der Frank, der war in Kanada ... es war aber kana da!"
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