Worlds Apart Michael Murphey Album Americana 1987 Intro F Dm7 Gm Bb C F Bb C F Dm Gm Gm7 C7 Sometimes when you`re near to me Bb F C Dm You`re not what you appear to be F Gm Gm7 You`re there but somehow hard to see G7 Gm7 C F So near yet so far from my heart
Dm Gm C You`re standing there but where do you stand C7 Bb F C Dm Am I your lover or just your man F Gm Bb Once we faced life together hand-in-hand C C7 F Bb C F And now we`re worlds apart Dm Gm C Sometimes I see you standing there C7 Bb F C Dm Pretty flowers in your hair C6 Gm I gave you a ring I thought you`d wear G7 C Bb C F Until they stopped the beating of my heart Dm Gm C Now I stumble on the words I say C7 Am Bb F C Dm You seem a thousand miles away F Gm Bb Sometimes we`re just like night and day C6 F C Dm Until we`re worlds apart
G7 We`ve worked and planned as hard as we can Dm7 G7 To spend a little time alone some day Dm G7 But now we realize someday may never arrive Gm Gm7 C7 We should have shared our love along the way F Dm7 Gm C Bb F C Dm F Gm G7 C7 C#7 F# D#m G#m Beyond the games that lovers play C# C#7 B F# C# D#m Unconditional love is the only way F# G#m B And Can we find that kind of love someday C#7 F# D#m7 G#m7 B C# C#7 F# Or are we worlds apart
Worlds Apart is from Americana, and is the thirteenth album by American singer-songwriter Michael Martin Murphey and his second for Warner Bros. Records. Murphey found a receptive home with the label and began a long association with the labels president and resident producer, Jim Ed Norman. Unlike his previous albums, Americana contains material written mainly by other writers Murphey only wrote or co-wrote three of the songs. The albums notable tracks include the hit A Long Line of Love and Face in the Crowd, the latter a duet with singer Holly Dunn. The album peaked at number 32 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.