The second CD of Kate Bush's Aerial album is a suite subtitled A Sky of Honey, which begins on a summer day's sunrise and ends twenty-four hours later. The songs are soaked with the sounds of birdsong, in particular this interlude, which consists of Bush imitating the singing of our feathered friends.
"I've always loved birdsong," Bush told The Independent, "and I suppose that was the starting point for that piece on the record, speculation about whether it's a language. The key idea was this connection between birdsong and light, that singing seems to be triggered by the breaking of light, and in the absence of light, they stop singing." (Pauses) "Though there's a few exceptions – nightjars, reed warblers, blackbirds. And of course, the owl!"