Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Steve Hackett, Mike Rutherford, The Classic Rock String Quartet Entangled cover

Entangled
by , , , Mike Rutherford & The Classic Rock String Quartet
Lyrics and Meaning


Released
Dec 2, 2017
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Entangled Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
When you're asleep they may show you
Aerial views of the ground,
Freudian slumber empty of sound.
Verse 2
Over the rooftops and houses,
Lost as it tries to be seen,
Fields of incentive covered with green.
Verse 3
Mesmerized children are playing,
Meant to be seen but not heard,
"Stop me from dreaming!"
"Don't be absurd!"
Verse 4
"Well if we can help you we will,
You're looking tired and ill.
As I count backwards
Your eyes become heavier still.
Sleep, won't you allow yourself fall?
Nothing can hurt you at all.
With your consent
I can experiment further still."
Verse 5
Madrigal music is playing,
Voices can faintly be heard,
"Please leave this patient undisturbed."
Verse 6
Sentenced to drift far away now,
Nothing is quite what it seems,
Sometimes entangled in your own dreams.
Verse 7
"Well, if we can help you we will,
Soon as you're tired and ill.
With your consent
We can experiment further still.
Verse 8
Well, thanks to our kindness and skill
You'll have no trouble until
You catch your breath
And the nurse will present you the bill!"

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