I can hear the birds singing to me, outside.
Talk to cats for a while.
Try so hard to turn a life, inside out.
Everyone knows when to smile.

But I don't see too much these days.
'Cause I don't want to.
"Let me go" she said.
And I'll find it.

Lyrics submitted by d_lacy

Tuner Lyrics as written by Stuart Leslie Braithwaite

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    Oh!!!!!!!! This is such a cute song!!!! I love it so much!!! I can really relate to the part "Everyone knows when to smile. But I don't see too much these days." because I always feel like everyone is happier than I am... because I'm not really. I also love the part " I can hear the birds singing to me, outside. Talk to cats for a while." That is stuff I do really often. lol. That song is just right for me!!!! I love it so much!!!!!!

    tuneron May 10, 2003   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    One of the better songs i've ever heard. It's subtlety is what makes is so unbelievably good.

    It's about lonliness.

    plosionon November 26, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    It reminds me of missing someone really bad, late at night, in springtime.

    scrimshawon October 16, 2006   Link
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    My Opinion

    Reminds me of Slint. And yes, it is about loneliness.

    mogssaion July 07, 2010   Link

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