Method Acting Lyrics Bright Eyes
Bright Eyes - Method Acting SongtextTher is no beginning to the story.
A bookshelf sinks into the sand and a language learned and forgot, in turn, is
studied once again.
It's a shocking bit of footage viewed from a shitty TV screen.
You can squint at it trough snowy static to make out the meaning.
Just keep on stretching the antennae, hoping that it will come clear.
We need some reception, a higher message, just tell us what to fear.
Because I don't know what tomorrow brings.
It is alive with such possibilities.
All I know is I feel better when I sing.
Burdens are lifted from me, that is my voice rising!
So Michael, please keep the tape rolling.
Boys, keep strumming those guitars.
We need a record of our failures.
We must document our love.
I have sat too long in my silence.
I have grown too old in my pain.
To shed this skin, be born again, it starts with an ending.
So thank you friends for the time we shared.
My love stays with you like sunlight and air.
Oh, how I truly wish I could keep hanging around here but my joy is covering me.
Soon, I will disappear.
It's not a movie, no private screening.
This method acting, well, I call that living.
It's like a fountain, a door has opened.
We have a problem with no solution but to love and to be loved.
So, i've made peace with the falling leaves.
I see their same fate in my own body.
But I won't be frightened where I am awoken from this dream and returned to that which
gave birth to me.
And the story goes on and on and on and on...
Teile diesen Songtext
Writer(s): Conor Oberst Copyright: Bedrooms Bedrooms And Spiders, Sony/ATV Songs LLC Lyrics powered by www.musiXmatch.com
- 01 The Big Picture
- 02 Method Acting
- 03 False Advertising
- 04 You Will. You? Will. You? Will. You? Will
- 05 Lover I Don't Have to Love
- 06 Bowl of Oranges
- 07 Don't Know When but a Day Is Gonna Come
- 08 Nothing Gets Crossed out
- 09 Make War
- 10 Waste of Paint
- 11 From a Balance Beam
- 12 Laura Laurent
- 13 Let's Not Shit Ourselves (to Love and to Be Loved)
An guten Tagen
Don't Call Me up