Song Lyrics

Hey-yeah, hey now Love song, soul

I’m not afraid of anything in this world There’s nothing you can throw at me that I haven’t already heard I’m just trying to find a decent melody A song that I can sing in my own company love

I never thought you were a fool But darling, look at you You gotta stand up straight, carry your own weight These tears are going nowhere, baby

You’ve got to get yourself together You’ve got stuck in a moment and now you can’t get out of it Don’t say that later will be better now you’re stuck in a moment And you can’t get out of it

I will not forsake, the colours that you bring But the nights you filled with fireworks They left you with nothing I’m still enchanted by the light you brought to me I still listen through your ears, and through your eyes I can see

You’re such a fool To worry like you do I know it’s tough, and you can never get enough Of what you don’t really need now… my oh my

You’ve got to get yourself together You’ve got stuck in a moment and now you can’t get out of it Oh love look at you now Stuck in a moment and you can’t get out of it

I was unconscious, half asleep The water is warm till you discover how deep…
I wasn’t jumping… for me it was a fall It’s a long way down to nothing at all Oh, oh baby

You’ve got to get yourself together You’ve got stuck in a moment and now you can’t get out of it Don’t say that later will be better now You’re stuck in a moment and now you can’t get out of it (Sing Edge)

And if the night runs over
And if the day won’t last
And if your way should falter
Along the stony pass

And if the night runs over / And if the night runs over
And if the day won’t last / And if the days won’t last
And if your way should falter / And if your way should falter
Along the stony pass / Along that stony pass It’s just a moment This time will pass

Nice singing The Edge Edge’s old man Garvin was also a tenor My father was a tenor in the Coolock Musical Society, he used to sing And when Edge’s father and uh, my old man used to get together They would kind of uh, things would go off you know what I’m saying And I’m this second, my father uhm, going down Madison Ave in New York Late at night, one o clock, with Edge’s old man, both as pissed as farts Singing the duet from The Silverfish