Songbird

Album: Heathen Chemistry (2002)
Charted: 3
  • Hold up
    Hold on
    Don't be scared
    You'll never change what's been and gone

    May your smile (may your smile)
    Shine on (shine on)
    Don't be scared (don't be scared)
    Your destiny may keep you warm

    'Cause all of the stars
    Are fading away
    Just try not to worry
    You'll see them some day
    Take what you need
    And be on your way
    And stop crying your heart out

    Get up (get up)
    Come on (come on)
    Why're you scared? (I'm not scared)
    You'll never change
    What's been and gone

    'Cause all of the stars
    Are fading away
    Just try not to worry
    You'll see them some day
    Take what you need
    And be on your way
    And stop crying your heart out

    'Cause all of the stars
    Are fading away
    Just try not to worry
    You'll see them some day
    Take what you need
    And be on your way
    And stop crying your heart out

    We're all of us stars
    We're fading away
    Just try not to worry
    You'll see us some day
    Just take what you need
    And be on your way
    And stop crying your heart out
    Stop crying your heart out
    Stop crying your heart out
    Stop crying your heart out Writer/s: NOEL GALLAGHER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 5

  • Justin from MnThere's 3 chords actually - Em, G, and a D/F# chord (D chord with F# as root.) So the progression goes: G, D/F#, Em... then it's reversed: Em, D/F#, G... repeat.
  • Andre from Sao Paulo, BrazilNever realized how a song can be so beautiful!
  • Carley from New Sarepta, AbSuch a happy, up-lifting song =)
  • Jezebel from Lincoln, MoI looooooooove this song. I'm suprised not many people have commented on it. Well just me and you connagh!
  • Connagh from London, Englandliam wrote this song under a tree in a park in france in only 10 minutes
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