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Bed By The Window Recorded by James King Written by Rob Crosby and Marni Wilson
C F C Two old friends shared a room in a home for the elderly G7 Confined to their beds their bodies giving way C F C Old Joe lay by the window and watched the day go by G7 C And Bill lived to hear him tell about the world outside
F C They shared with each other the stories of their lives G7 And relived all their memories and dreams of a better time C F C Outside the leaves were changing summer turned to fall G7 C And from the bed by the window old Joe described it all
F C From the bed by the window he’d tell how the children played G7 The lovers in the park the ducks out on the lake F C The little boy swept the sidewalk when the sun came up each day G7 C From the bed by the window he told it just that way
F C On a cold winter morning in the light of the dawn G7 The bed by the window was empty old Joe had passed and gone C F C They moved Bill by the window he couldn’t hold back the tears G7 C He’d finally see the view outside after all these years
F C From the bed by the window he couldn’t see out at all G7 C There was nothing out that window but an old brick wall
F C A new friend shares a room in a home for the elderly G7 Confined to his bed his body has given way C F C Now Bill lay by the window as the days go by G7 C And his new friend lived to hear him tell about the world outside
F G7 C Two old friends shared a room in a home for the elderly
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