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Pop - Alternative | adelaide, Australia
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Song Description

funky rock with bluesey girl lead voca,. sax solo in middle 8, building final verse into queen-like cataclysmic ending - big big harmonies.

Story Behind the Song

about my frustration at a bandmember being inflexible about my songs and yet my realisation that to be a band and a team we all need to give a little and co-operate - damn it! in a nutshell - individual differences and the need to accomodate them.

Lyrics

v1
You got eyes like angel feathers
They catch the sprinkles from the sunlight
But it can all come down with a thud to the ground whenever
You step across, we step across, this place

v2
Never strangers met together
Bound together silver thread
But keep your eyes down ? there?s a trick going down
When you step across we step across this place

chorus
And I see you in other places where wild things grow
And you run free-er than the breezes I know, I know
And you say ?I?m living on spirit, my will will show
So don?t try putting me in places I won?t go, I won?t go?

v3
Let me sit you in the sunshine
Evade the darkness for a while
And I will grow strong to a different song
If you step across we step across this place

And I see?

Little do I know where the wild things grow
No more can I see how you picture me
But when it all comes down there?s a place to be found whenever
I reach across to touch an angel?s face

Song Length
5:17
Genre
Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Moods
Cool, Annoyed

Subject Matter
Frustration, Arrogance

Similar Artists
The Eurythmics, Sade
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits susie keynes
Music Credits susie keynes
Producer Credits paul gomersall
Publisher Credits fruit music
Performance Credits fruit
Label Credits fruit music