"When the Wind Blows" as written by and Kizilcay Bowie....
There's a full time reservation
Made in a bar at the railway station,
And there's a story, a kind of fable,
On a card at the corner table.
On it is a message; been there some time.
It starts of, "The coffee tasted so fine"

It says, "One day, this may find you,
These few words may remind you.
We sat here together just to pass time;
You said how the coffee tasted so fine."

It goes on to say, "I love you
If you should find this I must hear from you."
It gives a number but the name has faded away.
All that is left are just the words, "Maybe someday"

That's the story and the fable;
Never leave alone from a corner table.
Doo doo doo doo, doo doo doo doo.
Doo doo-doo doo doo-doo doo doo doo doo.


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"When the Wind Blows" as written by Kizilcay Bowie

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    General Commentincredible good song. the cartoon in which this song was used is also awesome.
    ColdFusionon September 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAgreed. "When the Wind Blows" is a hard film to track down, but worth seeing. The plot follows a pudgy English couple who survive a nuclear strike only to slowy die of radiation. The score was mainly composed by Roger Waters, and contains music by Bowie and Genesis, among others.

    I lke the haunting sound of this song and how it can be taken out of context of the film to suggest any childhood trauma one must learn to deal with and overcome.
    Arbiteron December 04, 2005   Link

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