Polydream

Polydream

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Rock - Modern | Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,436   
Member Since: 2006
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Story Behind the Song

A song that had existed for about 6 years or so in various forms? It didn?t become focused until parts were cut, a new bridge was written, and a new sonic direction was established. Much of it was transcribed to piano, played more eight note based, and

Lyrics

I?ve left my mind
With hopes of finding
A reason for this life.

I?ve learned to long
To lose what I?ve loved
So it goes, sometimes.

I think my life is fine.
There?s no use in asking me why.
Sometime my dreams are to die,
And I wonder what it?d be like to fly.

I?ve left my mind.
You lose and you learn?
I?ve been bitter but I?m much, much better today.

I?ve got so long
You?ll only live once.
I don?t know what you said, but it just don?t matter now.

I think my life is fine.
There?s no use in asking me why.
Sometime my dreams are to die,
And I wonder what it?d be like to fly.

What you have is all you need.
Talking out of sympathy.
This, your final serenade.
Consider this your serenade.

I think my life is fine.
There?s no use in asking me why.
Sometime my dreams are to die,
And I wonder what it?d be like to fly.

Song by Lucas Etten, Jonathan Knudson, Eric LeMieux, Britton Rice

© 2006 Tin Whisper Media Group

Song Length
4:51
Genres
Rock - Modern, Pop - Dreampop
Tempo / Feel
Multiple Tempos
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Content, Glad

Subject Matter
Present, Existence

Similar Artists
Oasis, The Cure
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Lucas Etten, Jonathan Knudson, Eric LeMieux, Britton Rice
Music Credits Lucas Etten, Jonathan Knudson, Eric LeMieux, Britton Rice
Producer Credits Lucas Etten, Jonathan Knudson, Eric LeMieux, Britton Rice
Publisher Credits Polydream, Ltd
Performance Credits Lucas Etten, Jonathan Knudson, Paul Marino, Eric LeMieux, Britton Rice
Label Credits Polydream, Ltd