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Porcupine Tree — Where We Would Be
Album: Lightbulb Sun
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Released: 2000
Length: 3:49
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Tied - tied to a time
When we knew that the sun would shine
And you were all smiles
And we could just talk for a while...

Of where we would be when the future comes
(Where we would be)
And how you would paint while I wrote my songs

If, if I could find you
(I find you)
And tell you about my life
(And tell you about my life)
Or maybe just write
And remind you of when we would dream...

Of where we would be when the future comes
(Where we would, where we would be)
And how you would paint while I wrote my songs

Strange how you never become
The person you see when you're young

Of where we would be when the future comes
(Where we would, where we would be)
And how you would paint while I wrote my songs

Strange how you never become
The person you see when you're young
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 bam23 wrote:

I'm not sure there exists a Porcupine Tree song that does not deserve to. be heard, not that this is a good criterion.  Before RP I was completely unaware of all this brilliant work. And this song appears to have been in some sort of RP limbo for quite some time.




I Agree! Same here. RP introduced me to them, now I like a LOT of their music. GREAT TUNE!!  Thanx RP!      
The chords strummed at the beginning of this song remind me of another song, but I can't quite put my finger on it. It's right on the tip of my brain, though.
I'm not sure there exists a Porcupine Tree song that does not deserve to. be heard, not that this is a good criterion.  Before RP I was completely unaware of all this brilliant work. And this song appears to have been in some sort of RP limbo for quite some time.
Very happy to see this one resurrected.  Listened to this album a couple of times in the past month.
 westslope wrote:
To add: This is the BEST SONG on the CD.

Hope that is sufficiently clear.
 

Loud and clear, I love this song to bits.
Strange how you never become the person you see when you're young...

To add: This is the BEST SONG on the CD. Hope that is sufficiently clear. BTW, does anybody have an idea of how Steve Wilson climbed into my head and captured some of the crazier melodies? Baby, you can drive my car. Musically speaking of course.
I'm listening to this song from the MP3 files I burned onto my hard drive from the CD delivered via amazon.ca last week. It is one of the stronger cuts off the Light Bulb Sun CD. Should appeal to a broad listening audience. Some of the liquid guitar sounds just like a kazoo.