"Pitch the baby" as written by Simon Philip Raymonde, Elizabeth Fraser and Robin A. Guthrie....
Here, too, have to have been to care for ya'
Only no-one to love missed his friend
Pitch the baby should be their murmur
Slip me home as we seal us in
You and that land which one dresh
Are leaving
Hold me onto a mess a plenty
Me and that land should grow, end to a hard part
Meant a Christmas that's me and a friend
I only want to love you
I only want to love you
I only want to love you

Here, too, have to have been to care for me
I only want to love you
I only want to love you

I'm heart, and in space the plane
On fill our hearts' ascension(inside you)
It's heft driven since the urge
To sell the place isn't very, very, very big
To sell the place isn't very, very, very big

I'm heart, and in space the plane
On fill our hearts' ascension
(I only want to love you)
It's heft driven since the urge
To sell the place isn't very, very, very big
To sell the place isn't very, very, very big


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"Pitch the Baby" as written by Robin Guthrie Elizabeth Fraser

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    General CommentAs we all know, most of these lyrics are dead wrong, but good guesses anyway.

    But this CT song has enough decipherable lyrics so that, along with its title, we can get an idea of its meaning. Remember that the HOLV album was recorded while Liz was pregnant. This song is about her anxiety about being pregnant, giving birth, and the responsibility of being a mother.
    leamancon December 09, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationShe's talking about how she was going into being very domestic for a while (while birthing and caring for and preparing for the baby's arrival), with the line "slip me home as we seal us in", suggesting being brought indoors and "sealed in". "That land should grow" is likely a reference to her belly growing "great with child" as it prepares to bring forth life.
    Sportyak67on April 24, 2010   Link

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