Tennyson – Cry Bird

Tennyson – Cry Bird



When all is calm, a bird from afar
The bleeding song of all that we are
If you go I’m running after you

And it goes oh, oh
Can we go home?

On wagon rides, our tingling toes
Back alley skies, the wind in our clothes
Run it back, back to the start of our song
Cry bird

And all the calls of popsicle bells
In blanket forts with oil pastels
Run it back, back to the start of our song

‘Cause it goes oh, oh
Can we go home, home?
‘Cause it goes oh, oh
Can we go home, home?

(Will it ever be the same again?)
(How much does it take?)
(Could it ever be the same again?)
(How much does it take?)

Can’t you live your life without it?
Put it all behind
I’d like to believe that in our life we’re guided
By the first few lines
So what’re you waiting for?

Sure you always talk about it
But your word’s never sure
Don’t you know?
Home is not what you call it
If you’re scared to go

Got yourself binoculars
Looking for a home, yeah

Can’t you see you’re looking for
The mountain that you’re on?
You’ll know it

Got no doubt about it
Don’t you know it’s fine?
This puzzle wasn’t always complicated
The journey is the home you’re looking for



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