Spinning round you weigh me down
Gravel hands of green and brown (x4)

In your cells both red and white
On the sun that gives us light
In your cells both white and red
From the mouth our kids get fed

In your cells both red and white (spinning round you weigh me down)
On the sun that gives us light (gravel hands of green and brown)
In your cells both white and red
From the mouth our kids get fed

In your cells both red and white
On the sun that gives us light (way down on the ground)
In your cells both white and red (big cells that you can hear)
From the mouth...
(Almost makes us dissapear)



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Every Time She Turns Round It's Her Birthday song meanings
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    General CommentFor clarification: the lyrics in the fourth stanza overlap, thus the parenthetical notation. Enjoy!
    couldBanyoneon February 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI like the last line. and I dont think these lyrics mean anything.
    justlikeoldtimeson March 09, 2007   Link
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    General Commentappreciate the contribution CBA.

    The tune jams, about 3:15 into it, it kicks out this awesome beat that drives a fury. the relentless beat, the driving horn, the surging organ chords,
    ..and those last seconds? wonderful!
    Obsydeanon July 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI'm not exactly sure what the lyrics are about, but I'm pretty sure the song is about the Earth. The title is a restatement of the fact that one rotation of the Earth occurs in a year. Also the line spinning round you weigh me down is likely a reference to gravity.
    seanigatoron April 14, 2011   Link

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