"Solved" as written by and Nigel Powell Andy Yorke....
There's a problem, I can't solved it
The only way out is too hard now
There's another one when this one's gone
Can't send it along

You can't send it along
And it's all I've got
And it's not enough
And it's time to reason out my mind

What's a problem soon forgotten
Catching up with me and talking
Of a hero's so-called perfect life
Can't send it along

And this time who's alone
And it's all I've got
And it's not enough
And it's time to reason out my mind

Thinking of ways to keep my time from running out
Thinking of ways to keep my pride from running out
So many reasons I can't give for running out
Keep my head down but I still know

You can't send it along
And it's all I've got
And it's not enough
And it's time to reason out my mind

And it's all I've got
And it's not enough
And it's time to reason out my mind
You can't send it along

You can't send it along
You can't send it along
You can't send it along
(If there's a problem I can't solve it)


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"Solved" as written by Jason Moulster Andy Yorke

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    General CommentThese guys are great. its an unbelievable truth that not many people know about this band! the Radiohead connection is very cool, guess all the Yorke's are talented
    Citizen Insaneon May 02, 2003   Link
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    General CommentWhat makes this band so great is they sound nothing like Radiohead, even though the lead singer is Thom's brother. He's actually doing his own thing instead of mooching of his brothers success.
    black_cow_of_deathon May 07, 2003   Link
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    General CommentAdam Yorke's music is sometimes just as beautiful as his brothers'. He may lack the brilliantly elegant falsetto vocals of Thom but lyrically he can equal his brother and he certainly elicits strong emotion.
    dannycrispon November 08, 2009   Link

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