I'm The Man Who Loves You

Album: Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (2002)
  • All I can see is black and white
    And white and pink with blades of blue
    That lay between the words I think
    On a page I was meaning to send her
    You I couldn't tell if it bring my heart
    The way I wanted when I started
    Writing this letter to you

    If I could you know I would
    Just hold your hand and you'd understand
    I'm the man who loves you

    All I can be is a busy sea of
    Spinning wheels and hands that feel
    For stones to throw and feet that run but
    They come back home, make no difference
    Ever known, make no difference
    Ever known to me

    If I could you know I would
    Just hold your hand and you'd understand
    I'm the man who loves you

    All I can see is black and white
    And white and pink with blades of blue
    That lay between the words I think
    On a page I was meaning to send her
    You I couldn't tell if it bring my heart
    The way I wanted when I started
    Writing this letter to you

    If I could you know I would
    Just hold your hand and you'd understand
    If I could you know I would
    Just hold your hand and you'd understand
    If I could you know I would
    Just hold your hand and you'd understand
    I'm the man who loves you
    I'm the man who loves you Writer/s: JAY BENNETT, JEFF TWEEDY, JEFFREY SCOTT TWEEDY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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