"I Think I Found It" as written by James Bradfield, Nicholas Jones and Sean Moore....
I think I've found it
And I think I love it
Buried in the dirt, hiding from the light

So I walked to the sea
Threw a pebble in for you and me
A day of wine and roses
Has made me feel alive

My letter was burnt but your words were wise
For mystery and youth must surely collide
I'm gonna soak up the sun
I'm gonna tell everyone to lighten up

A song of anti-matter
Which might explain the absence
Of any precious jewels of truth to save mankind

I think I've found it
And I think I love it
Buried in the dirt, hiding from the light

My letter was burnt but your words were wise
For mystery and youth must surely collide
These things I've seen bring tears to my eyes
Live with me through the threads of your lives

These things I've seen bring tears to my eyes
Live with me through the threads of our lives, our lives


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"I Think I Found It" as written by Nicholas Jones James Bradfield

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    General Comment'We met Mike Scott of The Waterboys on a plane from a festival, and James had sent Mike Scott a letter when he was 16, saying how much he loved Pagan Place and how he wanted to be like him, and Mike Scott actually came up to James and said "I kept that letter", because James burnt the edges of it and it's a hundred percent true, and James I think nearly shit himself when this happened, he was just like "Oh my God!", and Mike Scott was really gracious about it, so I think this tied in with this waking up, it very much sounds like the faces of something... it's unashamedly seventies, and it just swings along... I think it's James finding some sort of peace.'
    - Nicky Wire
    manic4manicson February 22, 2013   Link

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