IDLE RACE
Days Of Broken Arrows
IDLE RACE - Days Of Broken Arrows
Birds on the wing at the, end of the day 
The trees of green and brown you see 
Have suddenly turned grey
 
Don't be too sad when you're, waiting for (dad?/death?)
The message on the garden wall says 
Mickey Mouse is bad
 
Oooh, I need, I need, I need, I need a 
The broken arrows in the door, there's lots of Indians 
Oooh, need, I need, I need, I need a 
The grass that grows above your hair 
The pretty patterned teddy bear 
Ah ah ah
Ah ah, ah ah 
Yeah yeah 'eah
 
Her baby cries in the, heat of the night 
Her footsteps up the stairs 
Her mother's there to hold her tight, yeah
 
Happy young child and his, dog running wild 
Spring is in the air 
And they've been running for a mile
 
There goes that little girl again 
The years have passed, but all in vain 
The birds have fallen, from the trees 
And it is told, these old memories
 
What of the old men who, 
A stand there so still 
A looking at the stars 
You're bringing to your windowsill, yeah
 
Where is old Betty 
The, woman who scrubbed
Perhaps she passed away 
Shes very old but very good
 
Oooh, need, I need, I need, I need a 
The broken arrows in the door, there's lots of Indians 
Oooh, need, I need, I need, I need a 
The grass that grows above your hair 
The pretty patterned teddy bear 
Ah ah ah
Ah ah, ah ah 
Yeah yeah, yeah
 
A why did this happen, where, did I do wrong
I know that now I'm home 
I'm not too young 
And their not long
 
Birds on the wing at the, end of the day 
The trees of green and brown you see 
Have suddenly turned grey