"If You Could Speak" as written by and Stuart Murdoch....
I got out of bed
and came here for adventure.
I stepped on a stone on the way.
I took off my shoe
and a dog came towards me
wagging his tail happily.

Dog, if you could speak,
you'd know what to do.
Simply turn around and run.
Dog, if you could speak,
you bury your bone
and you show me the way back home.

Got out of bed,
and i put on my sunsuit.
Blue checky short and a dress.
Nothing was left for a girl in pajamas.
No breakfast, no kindness, no game.


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"If You Could Speak" as written by Stuart Murdoch

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    General CommentGot out of bed and I put on my sunsuit
    Blue checky shirt and a dress
    Nothing was left for a girl in pyjamas
    No breakfast, no kindness, no cake

    Girl, if you could speak you'd know what to do
    Age has left a gift with you
    Rent a cheap secondhand crystal ball
    I will trust my future to you

    Got out of bed when the springs wouldn't have me
    They fired me up like a gun
    Fell into my suit and I walked out to breakfast
    Green leaves and blue sky and sun

    Boy, if you could speak you'd know what to do
    You'd sit and let the world go round
    Remember all you saw and tell it back
    In the stories when the day is done
    Remember all you saw and tell it back
    In the stories when the day is done
    alia612on August 09, 2009   Link

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