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Samuel’s Musicians Of The Week: Broken Bells

April 10th, 2011 at 06:33pm

This week’s award goes to Broken Bells, and the feature song for the week is the rather intriguing (bordering on spooky) October.

Interestingly, last week my iTunes told me that I hadn’t played the song since October…while I think it was just a bit befuddled, it was a situation which I immediately rectified as this song is far too good to leave it unplayed for such a length of time.

So you showed me ’round your town
To hell again and back
I love the certain way
You made all the friends that you depend on

I know it might seem odd
Kid, you’re not the only one
I remember myself as a lonely child
So I was
And you’ve got me wrong
You’ve got me…

Wrong just seems so right
’til the spark of morning light
And all those searching eyes
Do they scald your tender mind?

Remember what they say
There’s no shortcut to a dream
It’s all blood and sweat
And life is what you manage in between
But what you don`t know
Is you’re too young and eager to love
I see you’re about to get into the ditch that you opened up

Wrong just seems so right
’til the spark of morning light
And all those searching eyes
Do they scald your tender mind?

So the stars alight
And leave you behind
You want it so, and I…
I come by light of an autumn moon
Sister you know enough
But for now just let it go
Don’t run, don’t rush
Just flow

Through the give and take you had to learn
How to cross the coals and not get burned
But you’re really just a little girl
Playing in the park ’til the sun goes down

Sometime you want to rise
One did it’s our desire
No doubt you think
You braided your own hair so you’re all grown up
Should you want to cross the line
Which way do you want to fly?
Pretend that love can help you find your way
But you’ve got me wrong
Yeah you’ve got me wrong


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