A Way to Be With You | Online Chorus | 3'

performance notes

Sing in your range (as written, or down 8va).

If performing online, use headphones.

Make no effort to stay in tempo. Everyone should sing through each phrase in their own time.

When you reach a fermata, hold that rest until everyone has reached the silence, then continue.

The conductor may cue the start of each phrase after a fermata. They should also sing with the choir.


Whenever two or more notes are given, pick one. Feel free to jump around; choose an upper note for a few beats, then a lower note, etc. Don't feel confined to singing only the lower voice or upper voice throughout.

One or two soloists should be decided ahead of time (for m. 14-21 and m. 34-42). Online solos may work better with lower voices. If not performing virtually, singers should stand at least 6 feet apart from each other and still follow these instructions.



It doesn't matter if the timing's right,

I'll find a way to be with you.

And on the days when nothing's going right,

I'll find a way to be with you.


And if I'm honest

I don't know what to say,

except I'm here to stay.


When it's dark and you can't sleep at night,

I'll find a way to be with you.

And when it feel like there's no end in sight,

I'll find a way to be with you.


Nothing is easy when you are far away

But that will change some day.

When our days are ours and time is free,

You'll find your way home to me.

And after all these hours are done and through,

I'll find my way home to you. 


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