Track Of The Day: Trespassers William – Different Stars (Lyrics & Live Video Included) (Throwback)


No big story behind why I love this track.Other then it is a beautiful song from one of my favorite movies. Which is “A Love Song For Bobby Long”
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0369672
If you have never seen it I suggest you do.Its pretty awesome.

Different Stars is off the labum of the same name and is the second album by American rock band Trespassers William. It was originally self-released in 2002, released in the UK on Bella Union on 28 September 2002, and finally re-released with minor track changes on Nettwerk Records on 19 October 2004.

Trespassers Williams – Different Stars (Live in Paris – 11.10.2009)

Lyrics:

So you’d sing a lullaby to get me to sleep
So it’s no surprise my eyes are never heavy
For i’ve not seen you in the flesh for so long
That i’m not sure we would know each other at all

Oh the weight it must be light wherever you are
And i know you don’t think twice wherever you are
Oh the weight it must be light wherever you are
And i know you don’t think twice wherever you are

So i will hum alone, too far from you
All that i say now is nothing to you
We will lie under different stars
I am where i am and you’re where you are, you’re where you are.

Oh the weight it must be light wherever you are
And i know you don’ t think twice wherever you are
And i’d ask if you’re all right wherever you are
And do you think of me, you might, wherever you are.

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2 Responses to Track Of The Day: Trespassers William – Different Stars (Lyrics & Live Video Included) (Throwback)

  1. Julie says:

    this song is great and the lyrics are so pretty!

    • Yea its a great song.The whole album is pretty mellow.I like it.Its good to put on when your relaxing or with another person.

      You should check out the movie it is in if you haven’t seen it though.Its called A Love Song For Bobby Long.One of John Travolta’s best roles besides Pulp Fiction and Saturday Night Fever.

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