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These Four Walls and Me
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Acoustic - Acoustic Piano
Previous peak charts position #75
Previous peak charts position in subgenre #20
Paragreen / Ferrin
June 08, 2010
MP3 3.0 MB
128 kbps bitrate
3:19 minutes
Story behind the song
Lyrics - John Paragreen Music, Piano, Vocals - Ian Ferrin
Lyrics
These Four Walls And Me There's a bluebird on my windowsill He's sheltering from the snow I'd offer something to eat But he would spread his wings and go, I'll just sit and watch him I'm enjoying his company He's a welcome visitor To these four walls and me. chorus Bluebird dont fly away Stay, as long as you can Listen to my tale of woe I'm a brokenhearted man, I lost the girl I love I'm cold and lonely And these four walls Are closing in on me. The patches where her pictures hung They get bigger every day Bluebird if I had your wings I'd let her be and fly away, Fly away to London Fly away to Paris or Rome I'd fly away from these four walls That used to be a home. chorus Bluebird dont fly away Stay, as long as you can Listen to my tale of woe I'm a brokenhearted man, I lost the girl I love I'm cold and lonely And these four walls Are closing in on me. Copyright 2010 John Paragreen and Ian Ferrin
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