Hear Me In The Harmony (In Concert on Broadway) (In Concert on Broadway)

Hear Me In The Harmony (In Concert on Broadway) (In Concert on Broadway)

Harry Connick, Jr.

The city don't even matter
I could be anywhere
I don't care
There's a whole lotta hard workin' people

That could take my place
And it's easy to leave
When nobody knows your face
Just close your eyes

You can hear me in the harmony
I came up in New Orleans
Fixin' what I could find
To peace my mind

I gave what I had to the winners
Just to get along
But it's really hard to sing
When nobody hears your song

Just close your eyes
You can hear me in the harmony
I thought I learned from getting burned
I bought a suit of armor and a silver cane

I found a little man who'd be proud of me
But he had to get up early
And I had to get back to my pain
I guess I'll keep on livin'

One day they'll ask for me
I'll be free
And if there's a heaven
I'll be ready for my life to begin

But I wonder if I call
If they're gonna let me in
Open your eyes
You can hear me in the harmony

Written by CONNICK, HARRY JR
Published by EMI Music Publishing

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