Who Are You New York?

Album: All Days Are Nights: Songs For Lulu (2010)
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  • Saw you on the corner
    Saw you in the park
    Saw you on the platform
    Of Grand Central Station
    Saw you at the racetrack
    Saw you on the lawn
    Saw you in the Madison Square Garden
    Screaming

    Who are you
    Who are you

    Saw you in the rainbow
    Saw you in the dark
    Saw you on the landing of the Empire State Building

    Who are you
    Who are you
    New York

    There are many answers
    There are many points
    Take him more than take her
    And then find them together

    Who are you
    Who are you
    The setting will tell you

    But I must know
    Tell me do
    Who are you
    New YorkWriter/s: RUFUS WAINWRIGHT
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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