"Blue Eyes of a Millionaire" as written by Sarah Martin, Stuart Murdoch, Richard Colburn, Michael Cooke, Christopher Geddes, Stephen Jackson and Bob Kildea....
Shyness hanging like a wendy
Bad clothes keep you in the village hall
Sunday nothing for the rest of us
Sunday listen to your spirits soar
Thank you thank you for the holiday
We talk sometimes in a quiet world
Three years diggin' all the scenery
Black walls cloudy as a sea of gulls

Let the summer go
Let tomorrow take care of itself
If you believe like you tell me so
Hand in hand your lover will be every sweet and hungry soul

Stage school falling like a summer end
Trees strip wrap yourself in color brown
Some ?? ?? the capricorn
Bell rings summer need to feeling warm
Mornings must have thought about you
All night reach out with a single call
Not my place to be your confidante
I just thought I'd catch you as you fall

Let the summer go
Let tomorrow take care of itself
If you believe like you tell me so
Hand in hand your lover will be every sweet and hungry soul

Goodness glowing like a firefly
Cheap bones blue eyes of a millionaire


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"Blue Eyes of a Millionaire" as written by Christopher Geddes Bob Kildea

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    Lyric CorrectionIf anyone can help with the lyrics it would be much appreciated. I've listened to the song a gazillion times and I still have no idea what the words are in this verse:

    Stage scope falling like a summer end
    Trees strip wrap yourself in color brown
    Some dead's underneath the capricorn
    Bell rings summer need to feeling warm
    Daisycow610on October 14, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationI'm not entirely positive that the word is "wendy" in the first verse, but it fits with the meaning of the word, as "wendy" is British slang for a week, feeble, ineffective and contemptible person.
    Daisycow610on October 19, 2010   Link
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    General Commentdaisycow610, I think I can offer a little bit of insight into a couple lines from that verse.

    Trees strip (falling leaves) wrap yourself in color brown (fall fashion)

    *Sun dips* underneath the capricorn (Concentration of solar energy moves toward the tropic of capricorn, away from northern hemisphere, bringing in the fall season)

    That seems logical to me at least, even if it doesn't sound exactly right
    oogsteron November 10, 2010   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionThanks Oogster! I think you're right about the lyrics being "*Sun dips* underneath the capricorn". I edited the lyrics.
    Daisycow610on November 30, 2010   Link

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