"Pop Art Blue" as written by Henry Binns, Sam Hardaker and Martha Tilston....
Yeah we are running and how we are running
Across the hills in the pop art blue
Buzzers fly above the car
Circling us as if they knew
If I fall down if I fall down
Darling will you reel me in?
If I lose it if I lose it
Will you remind where we've been?

So we were climbing and how we were climbing
The cartoon trees up to the sky
As the sun drops off the page
Gold it flew into my eye

Well it's all up from here.
It's like I can taste opportunity near.
I cut myself on barbwire, getting wood for the fire
I was too busy staring at you
You

So then we were floating up, we were floating like particles into the night
High above the factories
We hitched a lift on a satellite
Lover will you spin me round?
May we never fall back to ground

Well it's all, up from here
It's like I can taste opportunity near
I cut myself on barbwire
Getting wood for the fire
I was too busy staring at you

Well it's all up from here
It's like I can taste opportunity near
I cut myself on barbwire
Getting wood for the fire
I was too busy staring at you
I was too busy staring at you (falling into)(getting wood for the fire)
I was too busy staring at you (into your eyes)(getting wood for the fire)
I was too busy staring at you (falling into)(getting wood for the fire)
I was too busy staring at you (into your eyes)(getting wood for the fire)
You (falling in to)
(Into your eyes)

(Into your eyes)
(Getting wood for the fire)
(Getting wood for the fire)
(Falling into)
(Into your eyes)
(Falling into)
(Into your eyes)


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"Pop Art Blue" as written by Martha Tilston Henry Binns

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  • +1
    General Commentlovely song . . .. almost like an anti-thesis to 'home' . . . a bright beauty as a foil to that dreamy masterpiece . . . zero 7 definitely moving on and evolving in terms of their sound and moods . . . this new album is filled with 'happy' and 'lighter' songs - seems like they've tabled out after a shaky 'the garden' - although i have a sense that fans of the first two albums [like me] will off-hand not like the new album or [as i did] slowly grow to like it. I guess everything needs to move on.
    suprioon February 02, 2010   Link
  • +1
    Lyric CorrectionIt's buzzards (as in the bird) not buzzers. The singer's English accent softens the ending of the word, so I guess why some people hear buzzer.

    It makes sense for buzzards to circle above a car, since that's what they do; they love roads, easy access to roadkill since a buzzard is an opportunistic (read: lazy) hunter.

    This song just evokes lovely, happy memories of driving through Devon and Cornwall for me, it seems so very English countryside. Happy holidays in
    soigneeson May 08, 2012   Link
  • 0
    My OpinionExtremely good song, with a few other songs from this album the absolute best Zero 7 have ever produced.

    This album will feel weird and alien to many people who enjoy the first two albums, but if you let it, it will grow beyond both of those in depth.
    albertobalsalmon September 21, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI just love Zero 7 all around, they never let me down. This may be my favorite song from this album.
    beanyecon September 03, 2011   Link
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    General CommentMy 2nd favorite song in Yeah Ghost, my first being Swing.
    tristan9009on June 05, 2012   Link
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    General CommentWhat is the pop art blue? Is like a "sad art of pop" or something like that? I didn't get this part: "Across the hills in the pop art blue"
    loureirogvon October 09, 2012   Link

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