Shut Your Eyes
Snow Patrol Lyrics


Shut your eyes and think of somewhere
Somewhere cold and caked in snow
By the fire we break the quiet
Learn to wear each other well

And when the worrying starts to hurt
And the world feels like graves of dirt
Just close your eyes until
You can imagine this place
Yeah, our secret space, at will

Shut your eyes, I spin the big chair
And you'll feel dizzy, light, and free
And falling gently on the cushion
You can come and sing to me

And when the worrying starts to hurt
And the world feels like graves of dirt
Just close your eyes until
You can imagine this place
Yeah, our secret space, at will

(Shut your eyes)
(Shut your eyes)
(Shut your eyes)
(Shut your eyes)

Shut your eyes and sing to me (shut your eyes and sing to me)
Shut your eyes and sing to me (shut your eyes and sing to me)
Shut your eyes and sing to me (shut your eyes and sing to me)
Shut your eyes and sing to me (shut your eyes and sing to me)
Shut your eyes and sing to me (shut your eyes and sing to me)

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: Gary Lightbody, Nathan Connolly, Jonathan Graham Quinn, Tom Simpson, Paul Wilson

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Most interesting comments from YouTube:

sztomy1

Shut your eyes and think of somewhere
Somewhere cold and caked in snow
By the fire we break the quiet
Learn to wear each other well

And when the worrying starts to hurt
and the world feels like graves of dirt
Just close your eyes until
you can imagine this place, yeah, our secret space at will

Shut your eyes, I spin the big chair
And you'll feel dizzy, light, and free
And falling gently on the cushion
You can come and sing to me

And when the worrying starts to hurt
and the world feels like graves of dirt
Just close your eyes until
you can imagine this place, yeah, our secret space at will

(Shut your eyes [x4])

Shut your eyes and sing to me (Shut your eyes and sing to me) [x4]



Melanie Coleman

Shut your eyes and think of somewhere
Somewhere cold and caked in snow
By the fire we break the quiet
Learn to wear each other well

And when the worrying starts to hurt
And the world feels like graves of dirt
Just close your eyes until
You can imagine this place
Yeah, our secret space, at will

Shut your eyes, I spin the big chair
You'll feel dizzy, light, and free
And falling gently on the cushion
You can come and sing to me

And when the worrying starts to hurt
And the world feels like graves of dirt
Just close your eyes until
You can imagine this place
Yeah, our secret space, as well

Shut your eyes, shut your eyes,
Shut your eyes, shut your eyes

Shut your eyes and sing to me (shut your eyes and sing to me)
Shut your eyes and sing to me (shut your eyes and sing to me)
Shut your eyes and sing to me (shut your eyes and sing to me)
Shut your eyes and sing to me (shut your eyes and sing to me)

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All comments from YouTube:

Julian

Who‘s still listening with gratitude to this great song in 2021?

Paul Twiss

Me and fucking happy about it 'n all

Jana W.

Oh my goodness, yes, here, me! 🤷🏻‍♀️🤘

Stefan Höcherl

Me with great emotions.

gespola

meee :-*

aaron torney

This is my favorite snow patrol song. I keep coming back to it time and time again

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KAToriginal

One of the most underrated Patrol songs.

David Zilz

Gary Lightbody has such a fantastic voice. So heartbreaking that he doesn't put it to good use more often. I clearly don't know all Snow Patrol songs, but this is the only one I know that I can listen to with clear conscience (because there's a bunch of really shitty ones). But this one's lovely. Almost sad it's not so well known. If Bitter Sweet Symphony by The Verve was a 10/10, this song would be about an 8.5 imo.

Brian J. Carnevale

not really. it still plays on the airwaves and has been one of their catchiest hits.

Swiggu Jones

@matrixfan58 same in France this is the only song by them that was on the radio and MTV back then. Still I hear it sometimes on the radio.

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