"Brave" as written by Gary Lightbody, Mark Pete Mcclelland and Jonathan Graham Quinn....
Without a word you threw up on my shoulder
I shot up from my seat in disgust
I've been talking to someone with my back
To your sickness until right now
Later you'd say the ground swallowed you up
I'd say no, that's the drugs you were on
If only ice cream didn't melt
If only we laughed every day
If only closing time was myth
If only we had one more hour
And I cringed when I said something stupid
But you laughed anyway which was nice
And to fall down the stairs in the art school
And to wake us and curse that I drank
If only aeroplanes made sense
If only trees breathed more than us
If only Belfast caught the sun
If only we had one more hour


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"Brave" as written by Jonathan Graham Quinn Gary Lightbody

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    General CommentNever heard of this |: Anyone know where I can get it?
    Tamuon July 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis is a b side to spitting games!
    young_jableson December 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentGary once, after drinking too much, fell down the stairs in the Glasgow School of Arts. He could have died. If only....that's the thoght that comes into most people's mids at least a hundred times every day.
    snowpatrolloveron March 22, 2009   Link

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