I love Saturday Looks Good To Me. Someone more talented than me should try to figure out some more of their songs. Anyway, I hope this is accurate enough for you to play along. Have fun! F C F C When you got to New York you were sleeping on floors F C G But you were sure it was better F C And you would get hungry F C F C G You didn't have money but you drank every night F C Between the subways and sunshine F C F C G There just wasn't the time to write any letters F C But it was out of your hands F C You hoped your friends would understand F C G You never felt so high in your life Am C Am C But now you're out of breath from your cheap cigarettes Am C G And the wrong side of Seven A.M. Am C Am C You can't sit still but you eventually will Am C G Cause every night comes to an end F C F C So draw up a list of new things to resist F C G And the people you kissed last year F C F C F C G Then on the back draw a map to the ones that are still there Am C Am C Not one part of your skyscraper heart Am C G Can figure out which is for real Am C Am C You can't come clean when you're stuck in between Am C G These ways that you constantly feel G F C So what do you tell yourself? F C G What do you tell the strangers that sleep in your room? G F C Oh, what do you tell your friends? F C G What do you tell the lovers that left you too soon? F Where did they run off to? F C F C Give me a reason that I can believe in F C G And I will believe in you F C F C Tell me a reason why I should believe F C G Cause I want to, I want to F C F C Tell me a story or tell me a secret F C G It don't have to be nothing new F C F C Just hold on to me while we walk through the leaves F C G If you want to, if you want to G Cause I want to know F C What do you tell yourself? F C G What do you tell the darkness that stays in your room? G F C Oh, what do you see at night F C G When all of last year's lights are no longer of interest to you? F C What do you hold on to?