"Strawberry Swing" as written by Christopher Anthony John Martin, Guy Rupert Berryman, Jonathan Mark Buckland and William Champion....
They were sitting
They were talking in the strawberry swing
Every moment was so precious

They were sitting
They were talking in the strawberry swing
Everybody was for fighting
Wouldn't wanna waste a thing

Cold, cold water
Bring me round
Now my feet won't touch the ground
Cold, cold water
What ya say?
It's such
It's such a perfect day
It's such a perfect day

I remember
We were walking up to strawberry swing
I can't wait 'til the morning
Wouldn't wanna change a thing

People moving all the time
Inside a perfectly straight line
Don't you wanna curve away
It's such
It's such a perfect day
It's such a perfect day

Now the sky could be blue
I don't mind
Without you it's a waste of time
Could be blue

I don't mind
Without you it's a waste of time
Could be blue,
Could be grey
Without you I'm just miles away

Could be blue
I don't mind
Without you it's a waste of time.


Lyrics submitted by rorow1, edited by BIRDDUDE830, rpbw

"Strawberry Swing" as written by Guy Rupert Berryman Christopher Anthony John Martin

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  • +1
    General Commentthis song is how music should feel, and holds all of my faith in coldplay. beautiful.

    i instinctually had the feeling that the beginning is about chris martin watching his two children on strawberry swing.
    Anchor41on June 10, 2008   Link

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