"Tremelo Song" as written by and Timothy Allan/blunt Burgess....
The birds don't sing,
They crush my skull,
And I am worthless
And the heights of what I stand up to are not in you.
And I can't get no words
With no feelings from nothing.

I don't know,
Where you could ever go.
1st voice chorus I wonder why,
You bleach the sky
You could not break These strings of mine
I never knew,
To walk back to A place that now belongs to you
In body 2nd voice chorus
There I stand My earth Me here in body
I stand my earth Me here in body A three point conversation in doors with
No meaning when the world won't listen,
Then you make your own way forward. Get out.

Not going to waste outside and I don't know where you could ever go.
I wonder why, you bleach the sky
And could not break these strings of mine
I never knew to walk back to a place
That now belongs to you
I wonder why you reach the sky
For liars and lies and turn(s)
For term(s) sake I never knew to walk back to a place
That once belong(ed) to you nobody.
There I stand My earth Me here in body
I stand my earth Me here in body
I stand my earth Me here in body
I stand my earth Me here - nobody


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"Tremelo Song" as written by Martin Victor Blunt Jonathan Thomas Brookes

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentGreat imagery. Very catchy song. Base on the number of posts (or lack of), not too many remember or appreciate the Charlatans. Great band.
    monster36604on January 12, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. Had a bootleg tape of them and it had Tremelo Song when it was first played live with different lyrics, it seemed a work in progress wish I had a good copy of that or had the lyrics. It was very different!
    I don't suppose anyone else knows of this?
    Dead Bang!on January 17, 2013   Link

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