How to Layout Lyrics:Type out all lyrics, even if it’s a chorus that’s recurring throughout the songThe Section Header switch breaks up song sections. Highlight the text then click the linkUse Bold and also Italics only to distinguish in between various singers in the same verse.E.g. “Verse 1: Kanye West, Jay-Z, Both”Capitalize each lineTo relocate an annotation to different lyrics in the song, use the <...> food selection to switch to referent modifying mode The hardest point I've ever before doneIs save believingThere's someone in this crazy human being for meThe means that civilization come and also goThunstable temporary livesMy opportunity might come and I can never knowI supplied to say "No promisesLet's keep it simple"But liberty just helps you say good-byeIt took a while for me to learnThat nopoint comes for freeThe price I've phelp is high enough for meI understand I have to be in loveI understand I've wasted also much timeI know I ask perfection ofA rather imperfect worldAnd fool enough to think that's what I'll findSo here I am with pockets complete of good intentionsBut none of them will comfort me tonightI'm wide awake at four a.mWithout a frifinish in sightHanging on a hope however I'm alright I recognize I must be in loveI know I've wasted too much timeI recognize I ask perfection ofA quite imperfect worldAnd fool sufficient to think that's what I'll findI recognize I need to be in loveI know I've wasted as well much timeI know I ask perfection ofA quite imperfect worldAnd fool enough to think that's what I'll find Track 6 on the Carpenters" 1976 record, A Kind of Hush. Written by Richard Carpenter, Albert Hammond and John Bettis, the song was released as a single, through the B-side “Sandy”.
It was Karen Carpenter’s favourite Carpenters song.