"Travellers Tune" as written by Damon Minchella, Simon Fowler, Oscar Lloyd Harrison and Stephen Cradock....
Where do you go buttoned in your favorite coat
Stepping out to a different world
And you might be home late
And where are you now
Staring at your favorite box
The one with the traveler's cross
On the road past the gate

But if you find yourself standing on the corner
While you're thinking of a different world
Then you might see me waiting on the corner
Staring through you in your different world

And if I could swim
Then I'd get out and find my boat
Sail away to my favorite coast
And let you all in
And if I could do all the things you're asking for
Then maybe I'd find your door
And bring it home to you

But if you find yourself standing on the corner
While you're thinking of a different world
Then you might see me waiting on the corner
Staring through you in your different world

So where do we go
Like two Christophers in the snow
Yeah we're blind but we want to know
Just to say I love you
And all of our lives
We'll sail through the suns and moons
To sing our travelers tune
Just to say I love you


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"Travellers Tune" as written by Oscar Lloyd Harrison Damon Minchella

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    General Commentjust wanted to say i love this song. it makes me feel like moving through the wind. if i were a dancer, i would dance.
    naya0814on September 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentA symbolic journey of looking for love? Or is it more focused on any other kind of general thought of travelling far and wide looking for something - something you want and need and will not stop to get until you have it. Whatever it is, it makes me want to step out my door and experience the journey.
    Spinning.Sunon August 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOCS' lyrics are totally incomprehensible in my opinion, but that's no bad thing. I've never been too sure about this song, but I'd be willing to bet it's as Spinning Sun said - "a symbolic journey of looking for love".
    Code Monkeyon June 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think this is a song from the viewpoint of someone whose partner is feeling trapped and thinking what a big world it is and what else they could be doing. The singer wants to continue the relationship but understands the need to go. However he wants to stay together - "And if I could..." is him clasping at straws.
    The phrase 'Two Christophers in the snow' maybe references the patron saint of the travellers - Saint Christopher.
    plasticnortherneron June 17, 2010   Link

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