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Rock - Progressive Rock | Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Song Description

This is split into two sections, firstly quite traditional guitar rock-ballad verses followed by impressioninst influenced chorus which give a dreamy feeling. The two parts are linked together by the superb operatic voice of Ruth Jenkins. The chorus i

Story Behind the Song

personal

Lyrics

Bend Your Mind
Adam D Brierley Dec 2006

Some times, it feels like always, that I'll hurt, we've reached the wrong place.
Some days, it feel like all the time, the words you said, echo round my mind.

I don't care that I'm down;
cause where are we now?
I close my eyes and I feel your breath.


In some ways, you make me pay,
for breaking, is that your way.

You carry me up, then let me go, but I don't fly, & I think you know?

I don't care that I'm down,
cause where are we now;
I close my eyes and I see you in my dreams.


Chorus
Dream our feelings, have aligned (and);
all this pain subsides.

I can breath, and I can see,
how I could bend your mind.


Some days, I feel I'm fading,
this empty space, there's no one around.

Your silence, it cuts me down;
its razor sharp, it pierces my heart.

I don't care if I'm down,
cause where are you now?
I close my eyes and these shadows - they turn into me.


Chorus
Dream our feelings have aligned (and);
all this pain subsides.
I can breath and I can see,
how I could bend your mind.


I can't breath, but I can see;
you will never change your mind.

Song Length
3:53
Genres
Pop - Rock, Rock - New Wave
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Duet Male/Female
Moods
Moving, Poignant

Subject Matter
Loneliness, Numbness

Similar Artist
Radiohead
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Adam D Brierley
Music Credits Adam D Brierley
Producer Credits Adam D Brierley