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Verse 1
Eyes are closed but I see the tide roll
Wash away all the trouble days of old
Reminisce of a breeze runs through my hair
Wasting time but it makes me stop and stare

Think about yesterday it is my friend
Watching close cautious eyes they never end
Latching on holding tight it won’t let go
Runaway disappear I’ll never know (last chord is C)

And I sit and I wait yesterday to fade
And I hope every day, pain will go away
I sit I wait I hope every day I guess it’s just
Just another day gone

Verse 2
Everyday runaway always come back another day
Waiting on every day, I see my time has slipped away
I wish that I can see tomorrow
You always run you always run from me (last chord is C)


You disappear never see near always on the run
I can’t keep still always try to feel my way to you



from Close My Eyes, released March 19, 2011
Curt Yagi - Acoustic/Electric Guitar, Lead/Backup Vocals
Rob Bassinette - Bass Guitar
Larry the O - Drums
Dominique Fredregill - Backup Vocals
Ben Doitel - Saxophone
John Halbleib - Trumpet
CJ Posner - Trombone


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Curt Yagi & The People Standing Behind Me San Francisco, California

San Francisco based singer songwriter Curt Yagi has been on a tear through the Bay Area music scene.

Ben Fong-Torres, former Senior Editor, Rolling Stone had this to say, "People keep comparing him to other artists, but I think he just sounds like Curt Yagi, and that is plenty good enough. This is one excellent singer and songwriter."
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