I Think of You - 1971
 
If  ( David Gates )
 
If a picture paints a thousand words,
then why canít I paint you?
The words would never show,
the you Iíve come to know . . .
 
If a face could launch a thousand ships,
then where am I to go?
Thereís no one home but you,
youíre all thatís left me to . . .
 
And when my love for life 
is running dry,
You come and pour 
yourself on me . . .
 
If a man could be two places at one time,
Iíd be with you, 
tomorrow and today,
beside you all the way . . .
 
If the world should stop revolving,
Spinning slowly down to die,
Iíd spend the end with you 
when the world was through . . .
 
Then one by one 
the stars would all go out . . .
Then you and I 
would simply fly away!
 
Words and Music
by David A. Gates
Original RCA RecordingVinyl Version| Album Notes | Album Reviews | 
Arranged and Conducted by Don Costa
Produced by Don Costa
Recorded  at RCA's Studio A, New York City
Recording Engineer: Tony Salvatore
Recorded April 27th, 1971

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