The Most Beautiful Thing

Album: To Let A Good Thing Die (2020)
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  • Will it be a pavement or a sidewalk
    When I finally lay my eyes on you?
    Someone I've already loved
    will you find your way out of the blue?

    Will it be my flat or your apartment
    When I finally realize I do?
    Will we meet on Baker Street
    Or find ourselves on Melrose Avenue?

    I don't know who you are
    But I'll save you a seat
    Hang my coat on a chair next to me
    I tried to reassure the waiter
    Say you're down the street
    He laughed at me
    So here's to you
    The most beautiful thing that I have never seen

    Someone on a screen asked me a question
    Something about what love means to me
    Maybe it's just circumstance
    Or general compatibility

    I don't know who you are
    But I'll save you a seat
    Hang my coat on a chair next to me
    I tried to reassure the waiter
    Say you're down the street
    He laughed at me
    So here's to you
    The most beautiful thing that I have never seen Writer/s: Bruno Major, Finneas Baird O'connell
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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