On the Street Where You Live Andy Williams
Words and Music by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe
[Am7]I [D7]have [G]often [Em]walk[Am7]ed [D]down [Am7]this [G]street [Am7]before.
[Am7]But [D7]the [G]pavement [B7]always [Em]stayed be[Am]neath my [Am7]feet be[D7]fore.
[Am7]All [Em7]at [CM7]once am [Em7]I [A7]several [G]stories [Em]high,
[Em7]Knowing [C]I'm [Am]on [Am7]the [D7]street [Am7]where [D7]you [G]live.
[G]Are [D7]there [G]lilac [Em]tre..[Am7]es [D]in [Am7]the [G]heart [Am7]of [G]town?
[Am7]Can [D7]you [G]hear a [B7]lark in [Em7]any [Am]other [Am7]part of [D7]town?
[Am7]Does [Em7]en...[CM7]chantment [Em7]pour [A7]out of [G]every [Em]door?
[Em7]No, it's [C]just [Am]on [Am7]the [D7]street [Am7]where [D7]you [G]live.
[B7]And [CM7]oh, the towering [CM7]feeling, just to [D7]know somehow you are [G]near.
The [D#]over..[C#m7]powering [F#7]feeling, that any [Bm7]second you may [E7]suddenly [A7]appear[D7].
[Am7]Peo..[D7]ple [G]stop and [Em]stare, [Am7]they [D]don't [G]bother [Em]me.
[Am7]For [D7]there's [G]nowhere [B7]else on [Em7]earth that [Am]I would [Am7]rather [D7]be.
[Am7]Let [Em7]the [CM7]time go [Em7]by, I [A7]won't [G]care if [Em]I,
[Em7]Can be [C]here [Am]on [Am7]the [D7]street [Am7]where [D7]you [G]live.
A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.