Something Vague Song Lyrics

Bright Eyes


album: Track 4 in album Fevers and Mirrors
release date: 2000-3-23
popularity : 52 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Acoustic/Lo-Fi/Indie Rock
length: 3:30

Album Information

label: Bad News Records
country(area): Japan
format: CD
barcode: 4529408000284
script: Latin

Cover Art

Bright Eyes Fevers and Mirrors cover art


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Now and again it seems worse than it is, but mostly the view is accurate. You
see your breath in the air while you climb up the stairs to that coffin you
call your apartment. And you sink in your chair, brush the snarls from your hair
and drink the cold away. You are not really sure what you are doing this for
but you need something to fill up the days. A few more hours. There is a dream
in my brain that just won't go away. It's been stuck there since it came a
few nights ago I'm standing on a bridge in the town where I lived as a kid with
my mom and my brothers. And then the bridge disappears and I'm standing on air
with nothing holding me. And I hang like a star, fucking glow in the dark, for
all those starving eyes to see, like the ones we've wished on. But now I'm
confused. Is this depth really you? Do these dreams have any meaning? No. No, I
think it is more like a ghost that has been following us both. Something vague
that we are not seeing, something more like a feeling.


Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 A Spindle, a Darkness, a Fever, and a Necklace
  • 2 A Scale, a Mirror and Those Indifferent Clocks
  • 3 The Calendar Hung Itself…
  • 4 Something Vague
  • 5 The Joy in Discovery
  • 6 The Movement of a Hand
  • 7 When the Curious Girl Realizes She Is Under Glass
  • 8 Arienette
  • 9 Jetsabel Removes the Undesirables
  • 10 Haligh, Haligh, a Lie, Haligh
  • 11 The Center of the World
  • 12 Sunrise, Sunset.
  • 13 An Attempt to Tip the Scales
  • 14 A Song to Pass the Time