Song to the Siren John Frusciante
Song To The Siren by John Frusciante
CAPO ON THE THIRD FRET
[G]Long afloat [D]on shipless oceans
[C]I did all my [Em]best to smile
[G]'Til your singing[D] eyes and fingers
[C]Drew me loving [Em]to your isle
[G]And you sang, [F]Sail to me, [Em]Sail to me, Let me u[G]nfold you
[Em]Here I am, Here I am, [D]Waiting to [C]hold [Em]you
[G]Did I dream [D]you dreamed about me?
[C]Were you here when [Em]i was full sail
[G]Now my foolish [D]boat is leaning
[C]Broken lovelorn [Em]on your rocks,
[G]For you sing, [F]"Touch me not, [Em]touch me not, come back [G]tomorrow
[Em]O my heart, O my heart [D]shies from the [C]sor[Em]row"
[G]I am puzzled [D]as the newborn child
[C]I am troubled [Em]at the tide
[G]Should I stand [D]amid the breakers?
[C]Should I lie with [Em]Death my bride?
[G]Hear me sing, [F]"Swim to me, [Em]Swim to me, Let me [G]unfold you
[Em]Here I am, Here I am, [D]Waiting to [C]hold [Em]you"