If You Say The Word Radiohead Lyrics Meaning

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If You Say The Word Radiohead Lyrics Meaning sung by Radiohead from the album Kid A Mnesia the English Music Ensemble. The name of the song is If You Say The Word by Thom Yorke, Philip Selway, Jonny Greenwood, Ed O’Brien & Colin Greenwood.

Radiohead’s “If You Say the Word” is one of those songs, which are actually quite common in the music industry, where the vocalist is asserting his dedication to the addressee. Think of Bill Withers’ “Lean on Me” (1972) as a classic example of this phenomenon. That is to say that the nature of the vocalist’s relationship with the addressee is never specified.

If You Say The Word Radiohead Lyrics

[Verse 1]
If you’re in a forest, out of your mind
Harpies in the branches breaking your arms
If you’re stuck in rainbows, shattering glass
Where you miss the moment, watching it pass

[Chorus]
If you say the word, if you say the word
If you say the word, if you say the word

[Verse 2]
When you spend your life wishing on a twinkling star
When you forget how lucky you are
Buried in rubble, sixty foot down

[Chorus]
If you say the word, if you say the word
If you say the word, if you say the word
Then I’ll come running

[Bridge]
When you change your friends like changing your clothes

[Chorus]
If you say the word, if you say the word
If you say the word, if you say the word
If you say the word, if you say the word
Then I’ll come running
I’ll come running

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