A Blessing and a Curse cover
A Blessing and a Curse cover

A Blessing and a Curse Lyrics Meanings
by Harry Connick, Jr.

Jazz
1991
85

A Blessing and a Curse Lyrics

I forget what happens on the fourth of July
Or when the rent is due
Dates and deadlines just float by
But I always remember you

What Colombus set out to discover
Isabelle already knew
There'll be horizons and skylines and other lovers
But I always remember you

If I could rearrange history
And give it to you as a gift
There would be one more movement
In beethoven's fifth

Why, oh why, in a land of plenty
Some just have to make due
At the end of a breadline with just a penny
I'll always remember you

Writer(s): HARRY CONNICK JR, RAMSEY MCLEAN
Copyright(s): Lyrics © SHAPIRO BERNSTEIN & CO. INC.
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