Antenna
Church Lyrics


Why do you always wrongly assume
That you're so well aware of what's happ'ning there,
Right here in this room?
You're just an antenna, you're just a wire.
There's a thousand tongues wagging in your ears tonight,
And you turn around and you call me a liar.
Lightly babe, oh the fine lights cannot find you.
She stay out my way, it's the pulse I am aligned to.
And everything you say, you'll need that breath one day.
Well, you're just an antenna, you're just a code.
You translate like a book, the fuses all cook.
You eat humble pie and it tastes of the road.
Lightly babe, oh the fine lights cannot find you.
She say, that's the way, that's the fate I am resigned to.
And everything you say, you'll need that breath one day.
You're just an antenna, you're just a gauge.
You disturb my slumber and round up the numbers
And put them inside your velvety cage.
Lightly babe, oh the fine lights cannot find you.
She say, make my day, and the sunlight will not blind you.
Lightly babe, oh the fine lights cannot find you.
I may never pray to the fortune that's behind you.

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: STEVEN KILBEY, PETER KOPPES, RICHARD PLOOG, MARTY WILLSON-PIPER

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Aydan

Why do you always wrongly assume
That you're so well-aware of what's happened there
Right here in this room?

You're just an antenna, you're just a wire
There's a thousand tongues wagging in your ears tonight
And you turn around and you call me a liar

Lightly, babe, oh, the fine lights cannot find you
She stay out my way, it's the pulse I am aligned to
And everything you say, you'll need that breath one day

Well, you're just an antenna, you're just a code
You translate like a book, the fuses all cook
You eat humble pie and it tastes of the road

Lightly, babe, oh, the fine lights cannot find you
She say, that's the way, that's the fate I am resigned to
And everything you say, you'll need that breath one day

You're just an antenna, you're just a gauge
You disturb my slumber and round up the numbers
And put them inside your velvety cage

Lightly, babe, oh, the fine lights cannot find you
She say, make my day, and the sunlight will not blind you
Lightly, babe, oh, the fine lights cannot find you
I may never pray to the fortune that's behind you



All comments from YouTube:

Deborah grantham

Leaves me with memories of the late 80's. I know this is weird, but this song reminds of sandal wood incense in my friends car. I Feeling like we had the whole world ahead of us, we did. A million years ago.

Keith Bate

"The past is a foreign Country they do things differently there " JP Hartley (The go Between first sentence) but ..............
........ "the road go's ever on " JRR Tolkien (Lord of the Rings)

ej b

Same here. Two worlds ago. But- the new world is still ahead of us...

Carlos Andrés Granados Morera

Been thinking of this song lately. This album is just marvellous.

charley downey

Carlos Andrés Granados Morera It’s so. Freaking. Amazing.

Keith Bate

One of  the great underrated bands of all time . Emerged around the same time  and should have been as popular as REM. Possibly Australia's greatest band ever.

Keith Bate

@Mario Del grosso Supertramp were an English band .
A favourite of mine in the pre Punk early/ mid 1970's

Mario Del grosso

Australia has quite a few Great Bands, Supertramp, AC/DC ,Bee Gees, InXs, just to name a few.

Keith Bate

Too commercial for my tastes, but if you like that sort of thing

Aladdin Sane

No, that would be Men At Work.

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