Who Sang I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City? Harry Nilsson

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Release information
Release Date: 1969
Genre: Rock Pop
Style: Rock & Roll/Vocal/Ballad
length: 2:46
Lyrics
I say goodbye to all my sorrows
And by tomorrow I'll be on my way
I guess the lord must be in New York City

I'm so tired of getting nowhere
Seein' my prayers going unanswered
I guess the lord must be in New York City

Well here I am Lord
Knocking on your back door
Ain't it wonderful to be
Where I've always wanted to be
For the first time I'll be free
In New York City

I say goodbye to all my sorrows
And by tomorrow I'll be on my way
I guess the lord must be in New York City

I'm so tired of getting nowhere
Seein' my prayers going unanswered
I guess the lord must be in New York City

Well here I am Lord
Knocking on your back door
Ain't it wonderful to be
Where I've always wanted to be
For the first time I'll be free
In New York City

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 The Puppy Song
  • 2 Nobody Cares About the Railroad Anymore
  • 3 Open Your Window
  • 4 Mother Nature's Son
  • 5 Fairfax Rag
  • 6 City Life
  • 7 Mournin' Glory Story
  • 8 Maybe
  • 9 Marchin' Down Broadway Again
  • 10 I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City
  • 11 Rainmaker
  • 12 Mr. Bojangles
  • 13 Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear

  • Release information
    label: RCA
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin