"Mothers Talk [US Remix]" as written by and Ian/orzabal Stanley....
My features form with a change in the weather
Weekend
We can work it out

My features form with a change in the weather
Weekend
We can work it out

When the wind blows
When the mothers talk
When the wind blows

When the wind blows
When the mothers talk
When the wind blows

We can, only we can work it out

It's not that you're not good enough
It's just that we can make you better
Given that you pay the price
We can keep you young and tender

Following in the footsteps of a funeral pyre
You were paid not listen now your house is on fire

Wake me up when things get started
When everything starts to happen (happen, hey yeah)

My features form with a change in the weather
Weekend
We can work it out
My features form with a change in the weather
Weekend
We can work it out

When the wind blows
When the mothers talk
When the wind blows

When the wind blows
When the mothers talk
When the wind blows

We can, only we can work it out

Some of us are horrified
Others never talk about it
But when the weather starts to burn
Then you'll know that you're in trouble

Following in the footsteps of a soldier girl
It is time to put your clothes on and to face the world

Don't you feel your luck is changing
When everything starts to happen (happen, hey yeah)

Put your head right next to my heart
The beat of the drum is the fear of the dark

We can work it out
We can work it out (there's a change in the weather)

When the wind blows
When the mothers talk
When the wind blows

When the wind blows
When the mothers talk
When the wind blows

We can, only we can work it out


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"Mothers Talk" as written by Roland Orzabal Ian Stanley

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