Bury your head
Bury your head

I was feeling fine
You'll be coming clean tonight
And i'll be falling down with you once again
Call me your valentine
Call me once tonight
And I haven't said its Ok

The things you said I'm rehearsing them
The things you said I'm rehearising them

They went back on us
(closed eyes rolled back couldnt step it up)
I could know when to come onto it
Its the thought that emerges
(set back couldnt step it up)
I could never love the idle vein

Bury your head and the child smashed you down
When this stops you shouldn't call me again
Fall down below
I'll sleep tonight when your Ok
And I haven't said its Ok

The things you said I'm rehearsing them
The things you said I'm rehearising them

They went back on us
(closed eyes rolled back couldnt step it up)
I could know when to come onto it
Its the thought that emerges
(set back couldnt step it up)
I could never love the idle vein

Bury back the words you say now
This is what you call love

They stole my life
stolen it all
they wandered around and round I know
They stole my life
Stolen it all
Stole it all
Bury back the words you say now

They went back on us
(closed eyes rolled back couldnt step it up)
I could know when to come onto it
Its the thought that emerges
(set back couldnt step it up)
I could never love the idle vein

You'll come clean tonight


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"Bury Your Head" as written by Mick Walker

Lyrics © Downtown Music Publishing, Songtrust Ave

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    General CommentThe audio quality is lacking on this track, Cove's "on top of" the music, if that makes sense. Sounds like karaoke. And when did Saosin become harmonyrock? Can they sing anything without singing it together? It adds a nice feel to the song, but it's over-done. When they changed the lyrics, they ruined the song.
    cfriendon October 02, 2006   Link

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