Strange Phenomena

Album: The Kick Inside (1978)
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  • Soon it will be the phase of the moon
    When people tune in
    Every girl know about the punctual blues
    But who's to know the power
    Behind our moves

    A day of coincidence with the radio
    And a word that won't go away
    We know what they're all going to say
    "G" arrives, funny, had a feeling he was on his way

    We raise our hats to the strange phenomena
    Soul birds of a feather flock together
    We raise our hats to the hand a-moulding us
    Sure 'nuff, he has the answer
    He has the answer
    He has the answer
    Na na, na na
    On mani padme
    On mani padme
    On mani padme hum

    You pick up a paper, you read a name
    You go out, it turns up again and again
    You bump into a friend you haven't seen
    For a long time
    Then into another you only thought about last night

    You hear your sister calling for you
    But you don't know where from
    You know there's something wrong
    But you don't want to believe in a premonition

    We raise our hats to the strange phenomena
    Soul birds of a feather flock together
    We raise our hats to the hand a-moulding us
    Sure 'nuff, he has the answer
    He has the answer
    He has the answer
    Na na, na na
    On mani padme
    On mani padme
    On mani padme hum Writer/s: KATE BUSH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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