Folding Stars

Album: Puzzle (2007)
Charted: 18
  • This song was inspired by the death of Simon Neil's mother, Eleanor, in March 2004. The song has been described as a "huge, hands-in-the-air anthem." >>
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    Laura - Dublin, Ireland
  • Neil told Q magazine: "I find it easier to express myself through my songs than through talking. Writing about losing my mum (in this song) definitely healed things for me."
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  • Rosie from Nottingham, United KingdomThe lyrics 'In a bedroom with no windows or doors. All the happy people are crying' is a reference to Simon's mother in her coffin at her funeral.
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