Who Sang Operator? David Usher

David Usher Songs From the Last Day on Earth cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2012-10-2
Genre: Rock
Style: Indie Rock
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Lyrics
Operator, operator,
I’ve been calling you for hours,
But my signal’s getting weak,
So I’m turning these lights down.

I’ve been circling the planet
At a million miles an hour,
And I thought I saw a flash
A billion neon sounds went out.

Operator, operator,
Won’t you please, give me a sign?
Am I watching the world unwind?

Had you feel one day, feel for a thousand years,
I just keep playing this scene over in my mind.
I know that I’m just a prisoner here,
I’ll just keep playing this scene over and rewind.

Operator, take a message
At the guards are all in fire,
And they’re slipping out the back door,
With more leaving every hour.

And all the streets we walked on
And everyone we loved,
Gone like ash on the morning air.

Hallelujah, hallelujah,
I’m just starring at the sun,
Are we watching the world undone?

Had you feel one day, feel for a thousand years,
I just keep playing this scene over in my mind.
I know that I’m just a prisoner here,
I’ll just keep playing this scene over and rewind.

I’ve been drawn by the sun,
And I am being drawn by the sun.

Operator, operator,
I’ve been calling you for hours,
And I thought I saw a flash, billion voices just went out.

And all the streets we walked on
And everyone we loved
Gone like ash on the morning air.

Had you feel one day, feel for a thousand years,
I just keep playing this scene over in my mind.
I know that I’m just a prisoner here,
I’ll just keep playing this scene over and rewind.

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 See the Stars
  • 2 Rice Paper
  • 3 Winter Storm
  • 4 City of Light
  • 5 Lonely People
  • 6 Operator
  • 7 Stay
  • 8 Bitter Pill
  • 9 Burning Bridges
  • 10 All These Simple Things
  • 11 Partir Ailleurs
  • 12 Répondez-Moi

  • Release information
    label: Universal Music Canada
    country(area): Canada
    format: CD
    script: Latin