"Popinjay" as written by Rhiannon Bryan and Rhydian Davies....
It's just a world apart, you said
It's like nothing you've seen, this place
The fiction's given, the ending bled
Into a space across your page
Why did it wrap you like
Morning fog chokes the trees
Believed it will - there's something bigger than you know
Are you waiting on me?

Hold you deep and lonely
The centre's here, you fill, you own it
Popinjay
Just say the word, and see clearly
We can stain/stay in time if we lose the beginning

The crooked leaves for favours dealt
The scared and greedy in the storm
Onto forgotten trust
Onto forgetting us

Hold you deep and lonely
The centre's here, you fill, you own it
Popinjay
Just say the word, and see clearly
We can stain/stay in time if we lose the beginning

Of a start
It's better than a fall
It's better than not starting at all

It's just a world apart, you said
It's the pillars of your heart
That leave you lonely
It's the pillars of your heart
That lead to loneliness


Lyrics submitted by mlleangelique

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