"Up with the Birds" as written by Christopher Anthony John Martin, Guy Rupert Berryman, Jonathan Mark Buckland, William Champion, Leonard Cohen and Brian Eno....
The birds they sang, at break of day
Start again I hear them say
It's so hard to just walk away

The birds they sang, all a choir
Start again a little higher
It's a spark in a sea of gray

The sky is blue dream that lie 'till it's true
Then taken back the punch I threw
My arms turn in oh, those clumsy things
Send me up to that wonderful world
And then I'm up with the birds

Might have to go
Where they don't know my name
Float all over the world
Just to see her again
And I won't show or feel any pain
Even though all my armor might rust in the rain

A simple plot
But I know one day
Good things are coming our way

A simple plot
But I know one day
Good things are coming our way

Oh, yeah


Lyrics submitted by rorow1, edited by Mellow_Harsher, tno2007, fergo93

"Up With the Birds" as written by Guy Rupert Berryman Christopher Anthony John Martin

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    General CommentTo me this song is about getting over a tough relationship. It may have ended suddenly or roughly. Its about the hope that maybe things can once go back to the way they were "A spark in a sea of grey", then about the regrets of how the outcome could have changed. Finally the last half of the song is about the realization that people can start over, with new chapters of their life and that one day good things will happen for everyone in one way or another
    colts5on July 16, 2012   Link

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