D Bm7 E7 E7 Now her eyes slowly rise and then fall again D Bm7 E7 E7 To the floor where there's nobody watching her G D/F# Em B7 So he, too, looks away, to himself tries to say A Gmaj7 D (Dsus4 D) That he should forget her (and fails) D Bm7 E7 E7 Since now he can't but see how her fingers D Bm7 E7 E7 Holding up a small book of poetry G D/F# Em B7 Make him want to prolong these short moments of her A Gmaj7 D (Dsus4 D) And the silent, sweet song, that such longing en- tails F#7 Em D D G A Bsus4 B7 G A [D A/C#] Bm7 A Gmaj7 D A7
Slept terrrrrribly last night, don't know why. Woke up about 1-2am, and felt an increasing hard-to-break cycle of anxiety, stomach feeling like crap,…
Apartment move finally completely done! Lugged air conditioner from old apartment to new, delivered bookshelf I didn't want to akiva, downstairs…
Upstairs had a party, so the noise level was unfuckingbelievable. We went to the New Museum, was quite impressed by the Jim Shaw exhibit.