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19 million bicycles

Alicia Ukulele on December 16, 2013 15:59

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    So I just got back from a trip to Amsterdam for my friends birthday, & we met my old flatmate Arthur there. We had a wonderful time walking around and it blew my mind how many cyclists there were. Arthur said there are 19 million bicycles in The Netherlands ..just amazing.

    This is a song about some of the business & friendliness in the city, with a bit of mystery as well I guess : ) I just wanted to get it down so I'm sorry that it's a bit rough & not well mixed either. You'd be best using headphones for sure!

    Here are the lyrics:

    Can you see me?
    Can you hear me too?
    Just be near me
    For a moment more.

    It's this feeling
    I've been searching for.
    In the meantime
    I'll be by your side.

    All this movement,
    Caring, kindness,
    Round & round,
    You move with me.

    Some will see me,
    Not all hear me.
    Round & round,
    You're on my mind.

    Round & round & round & round,
    You're on my mind.
    Move with me,
    I'm by your side.

    Lights race by, you're eyes they find
    A feast of unfamiliar sights.
    Do you see me, do you hear me?
    Round & round.

    Caving in, lose control,
    You can dream or let it live.
    You find it hard to slow it down.

    Find a familiar ground,
    So many people here now,
    All of this movement near you,
    Find & suspend this feeling.

    Coming together, try it for one last time.
    Kindness & caring, I don't like to say goodbye.
    Lights racing by, they charm you & catch your eye.
    All of these people, you're the one on my mind.

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