ARCHITECTURE IN HELSINKI lyrics - Moment Bends

Everything's Blue

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Ok... You've been singing, negatively miss Down in the bedroom minding my business He hand balls like and honest kid If freedom was a curse then we'd be trough with this Flaunt your life don't keep it a secret Three shot line don't jump in a deep pit I don't do stars and you never did The sky is caving in and your way cool with it Now everything's blue Only ever see the world in black and white The colour we choose In the morning is the colour of the night of the night Get your body walk at the same time Eighteen O', I'm crossing the day line From a time like now to a time like years Remember where we are, under the new you tears He's been singing, negatively miss UFO I don't want to miss this I don't leave stars and you never did The sky is caving in and your way cool with it Now everything's blue Only ever see the world in black and white The colour we choose In the morning is the colour of the night If dreams where trouble I'd be rubbing shoulders with thieves tonight And you can feed it baby, now my mind is blown I found a universe to call my own Now everything's blue Only ever see the world in black and white The colour we choose In the morning is the colour of the night of the night I don't want to miss this Don't want to miss this You don't want to miss this I don't want to miss this Don't want to miss this You don't want to miss this

Black And White World

ELVIS COSTELLO "Get Happy!!"
I was looking at the black and white world It seemed so exciting If you'd only put me back to back with that girl When the night's inviting With just a little lighting There'll never be days like that again When I was just a boy and men were men You never go from moment to moment You're the living double of a single fiction You're very colourful with your compliments As you feel the finger's friction It's a freeze-frame Still it's real life You don't want to look Cause you've seen the film and you've read the book I was looking at the black and white world Trying to name some pin-up Those days she was just a beautiful girl Now she's framed and hung up I thought she was young Up until I saw her last night in close detail Though they all fade away when you're so pale It's more than just a physical attraction It starts with a face and ends up a fixation But you're never gonna feel a fraction Of the way it used to work on your imagination When you were looking at the black and white world...

Blue Bonnet Blues

CHRIS LEDOUX
Well, there's a special place in my memory, Where I keep the pictures of a time an' place I left far behind. An' I know the years have probably colored the way it really was back then. But still...I like to take the memories out an' look at 'em from time to time. There's a full moon t'night, on the prarie, a memory just rode into view. A boy, a buckskin, an' an ole spangler dawg, in the hills where the blue bonnets grew. Well I was deep in the heart of Texas, just a kid 'bout 13 at the time. Runnin' wild through the mesquite, the cedars and cactus. It's been years, but your still on my mind. No matter where I might wander, there's a memeory that I'll never lose. The Lonestar shines bright, in my heart tonight... I've got the blue bonnet blues... Well I remember those warm summer evenin's, playin' out under the stars. Back then I never dreamed we'd be leavin', but I guess things just don't stay as they are. Well the years and the miles came between us, but t'night as I'm dreamin' of you. Once again, I'm a kid, in the sweet arms of Texas... And I've got the blue bonnet blues. No matter where I might wander, there's a memory that I'll never lose. 'Cause the Lonestar shines bright in my heart t'night. I've got the blue bonnet blues... The Lonestar shines bright in my heart t'night... I've got the blue bonnet blues...

Night Flight

LED ZEPPELIN "Led Zeppelin I"
I received a message from my brother across the water He sat laughin' as he wrote the end's in sight So I said goodbye to all my friends And packed my hopes inside a matchbox 'Cause I know it's time to fly Come on, meet me in the morning, Meet me in the middle of the night The morning light is comin', don't it make you wanna go and feel alright I just jumped a train that never stops, So now somehow I'll know I never finished payin' for my ride Just n' someone pushed a gun into my hand Tell me I'm the type of man to fight the fight that I'll require Come on, meet me in the morning, Meet me in the middle of the night The morning light is comin', don't it make you wanna go and feel alright Oh, mama, well I think it's time I'm leavin' Nothin' here to make me stay Whoa, mama, well it must be time I'm goin' They're knockin' down them doors They're tryin' to take me away Please Mr. Brakeman, won't you ring your bell. And ring loud and clear Please Mr. Fireman, won't you ring your bell Tell the people they got to fly away from here I once saw a picture of a lady with a baby Southern lady, had a very, very special smile We are in the middle of a change in destination When the train stops, all together we will smile Oh, meet me in the morning. Won't you meet me in the middle of the night, night, night Everybody know the mornin' time is comin' Don't it make you wanna feel alright. Ah, ah, yeah Make me feel alright. Fly now, baby Get to fly, yeah. Fly now, baby

Mr Blue Day

Gary Brooker
(Brooker / Sutherland) Every Morning - sunrise dawning Shadows lifting - night clouds drifting Rolling away Open your eyes from dreaming Look to the sky - the sun is streaming down. Lightning up the world to greet us like a friend Lending a guiding hand until the twilight ends - No don't give us up Mr. Blue Day - Shine out just enough through the cold grey To lead us home again. Every morning sundown Shades of darkness draw round Day is slowly dying Night birds homeward flying on their way - Can't stop the night from falling - Can't stop the shadows calling to us all From another world of timeless mystery Out floating helpless on some far and lonely sea - So don't give us up Mr. Blue Day - Shine out just enough through the cold grey To lead us home again.

Where Are You Now, My Son?

JOAN BAEZ "Where Are You Now, My Son?"
It's walking to the battleground that always makes me cry I've met so few folks in my time who weren't afraid to die But dawn bleeds with the people here and morning skies are red As young girls load up bicycles with flowers for the dead An aging woman picks along the craters and the rubble A piece of cloth, a bit of shoe, a whole lifetime of trouble A sobbing chant comes from her throat and splits the morning air The single son she had last night is buried under her They say that the war is done Where are you now, my son? An old man with unsteady gait and beard of ancient white Bent to the ground with arms outstretched faltering in his plight I took his hand to steady him, he stood and did not turn But smiled and wept and bowed and mumbled softly, "Danke shoen" The children on the roadsides of the villages and towns Would stand around us laughing as we stood like giant clowns The mourning bands told whom they'd lost by last night's phantom messenger And they spoke their only words in English, "Johnson, Nixon, Kissinger" Now that the war's being won Where are you now, my son? The siren gives a running break to those who live in town Take the children and the blankets to the concrete underground Sometimes we'd sing and joke and paint bright pictures on the wall And wonder if we would die well and if we'd loved at all The helmetless defiant ones sit on the curb and stare At tracers flashing through the sky and planes bursting in air But way out in the villages no warning comes before a blast That means a sleeping child will never make it to the door The days of our youth were fun Where are you now, my son? From the distant cabins in the sky where no man hears the sound Of death on earth from his own bombs, six pilots were shot down Next day six hulking bandaged men were dazzled by a room Of newsmen. Sally keep the faith, let's hope this war ends soon In a damaged prison camp where they no longer had command They shook their heads, what irony, we thought peace was at hand The preacher read a Christmas prayer and the men kneeled on the ground Then sheepishly asked me to sing "They Drove Old Dixie Down" Yours was the righteous gun Where are you now, my son? We gathered in the lobby celebrating Chrismas Eve The French, the Poles, the Indians, Cubans and Vietnamese The tiny tree our host had fixed sweetened familiar psalms But the most sacred of Christmas prayers was shattered by the bombs So back into the shelter where two lovely women rose And with a brilliance and a fierceness and a gentleness which froze The rest of us to silence as their voices soared with joy Outshining every bomb that fell that night upon Hanoi With bravery we have sun But where are you now, my son? Oh people of the shelters what a gift you've given me To smile at me and quietly let me share your agony And I can only bow in utter humbleness and ask Forgiveness and forgiveness for the things we've brought to pass The black pyjama'd culture that we tried to kill with pellet holes And rows of tiny coffins we've paid for with our souls Have built a spirit seldom seen in women and in men And the white flower of Bac Mai will surely blossom once again I've heard that the war is done Then where are you now, my son?

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