"It's You" as written by and Andrew James/gayle Komis....
Are you not that Sycamore place
Where my thoughts turn and cling?
A familiar voice
And a flutter of silver leaves
And a swell of strings
Is it not you that seeks me out
So is goodness and holds me dear
Who draws me out
With pen in hand again
With my heart laid there?
It's you
Oh my darling its you
Oh my darling
It's you

A gentle breeding in the morning
Let the exodus begin
We've left this place 9,000 times
And we'll leave it again
And in the evening that makes you so lovely
We'll find a place to be
In this world of music
A flurry of castanets
You are there with me
And it's you
Oh my darling it's you
Oh my darling
It's you ...

Lyrics submitted by nohitter151

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    General CommentThis is such a beautiful song. Listening to it makes me think the one person in the world whom I love more than anything. I loooooooooooooooooove this song. I love how Daniels voice sounds, the melodies, and the arrangements (how they are very simple).
    This guy should be much more famous, because he has a real gift for making beautiful songs.
    greg974on August 13, 2009   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionThe following are the official lyrics, as found on Daniel's website:

    are you not that sycamored place
    where my thoughts journey and cling
    a familiar voice in the flutter of silver leaves
    and the swell of strings

    is it not you who seeks me out
    sews goodness and holds me dear
    who draws me out with pen in hand again
    with my heart laid bare

    it's you oh my darling it's you

    a gentle greeting in the morning
    let the exodus begin
    we've left this place nigh on a thousand times
    and we'll leave it again

    in the evening that makes you so lovely
    we'll find a place to be
    in the swirling music the flurry of castanets
    you are there with me

    it's you oh my darling it's you
    TheHeartThatSkipsABeaton April 30, 2012   Link

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