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Goodbye Sky Harbor song lyrics - Jimmy Eat World music

Jimmy Eat World - Goodbye Sky Harbor lyrics
  • track 13 of 13, total running time
  • album Clarity
  • released in 1999
  • produced by
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Goodbye Sky Harbor
INTRO
VERSE

is tomorrow just a day like all the rest'
(how could you know just what you did?)
like all the rest
(how could you know just what you did?)
so full of faith yet full of doubt i ask

CHORUS

again
i shall ask you this once again
he said: 'i am but one small instrument'
do you remember that?

VERSE

time and time again you said don't be afraid
('if you believe then you can do it')
don't be afraid
('if you believe then you can do it')
the only voice i want to hear is yours

CHORUS

again
i shall ask you this once again
he said: 'i am but one small instrument'

BRIDGE

so here i am above palm trees so straight and tall
you are smaller, getting smaller
but i still see you

OUTRO

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