"Sing" as written by Neil/chaplin Halstead and Christian/eno Savill....
Sing where the other boys can watch you dance
Here come my man
Sing where the other boys can watch you dance
Here in my mind
Watch you fall away
I know
Sing where the other boys can watch you dance
See you cover death
I know
We're fine, you are blind
Caught it from behind
Feel you fall away
I know he's here to stay
Sing where the other boys can watch you dance
Sing where the other boys can watch you dance
[...]
Sing where the other boys can watch you dance
What a world I [...]
Sing where the other boys can watch you dance
I thought I [...]
Everything I say
[...]
Sing where the other boys can watch you dance
[...]
[...]
And I know that he's gone away


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"Sing" as written by Christian Savill Brian Peter George Eno

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    General Commentcompletely wrong again!

    actual lyrics:

    (sing where the other boys CAN'T watch you dance)
    hear you call my name, see you in my mind
    watch you fall away, i know
    whats in your mind, calling from behind
    see you fall away, i know he's here to stay
    who are you, where are you, in time
    love is here to stay, you call away, i wait
    i know that youre listening, to everything i say
    but i know that you want to see
    for me im not the way
    watching what you do,
    and i know that its not the way to.
    boots26on November 07, 2011   Link
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    General Commenti like to listen to this while scratching my kitty's tummy
    salyuon July 20, 2009   Link
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    General CommentWell, i have a question, a strange one indeed

    the verse "Here come my man" should not be written as Here comes my man?

    the way it has been written by the band does not make sense to me. At least does not considering the right grammar...
    nonspeakeron September 08, 2015   Link

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