"Songbird" as written by and Barry Alan/gibb Gibb....
Go on with your song, bird, you can't go wrong bird
You will go on and on, bird, like you did before
Though your wings are broken the sky is so wide open
And the wind is waiting for you like an open door

Though you go so far away, your voice will still be heard so well
You'll never really ever know how beautiful you are
When the moon is on the rise I'll try to make my songbird fly
I wonder if he ever will, and if he really did, how far

Go on with your song, bird, you can't go wrong bird
You will go on and on, bird, like you did before
Though your wings are broken the sky is so wide open
And the wind is waiting for you like an open door

Though you go so far away, your voice will still be heard so well
You'll never really ever know how beautiful you are
When the moon is on the rise I'll try to make my songbird fly
I wonder if he ever will, and if he really did, how far

Go on with your song, bird, you can't go wrong bird
You will go on and on, bird, through the open door

Go on with your song, bird, you can't go wrong my bird
You will go on and on, bird, like you did before

Like you did before


Lyrics submitted by webmasterdee

"Songbird" as written by Robin Hugh Gibb Maurice Ernest Gibb

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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