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i jumped in the river and what did i see? * black-eyed angels swam with me * a moon full of stars and astral cars * and all the figures i used to see * all my lovers were there with me * all my past and futures * and we all went to heaven in a little row boat * there was nothing to fear and nothing to die * i jumped into the river and what did i see? * black-eyed angels swam with me * a moon full of stars and astral cars * and all the figures i used to see * all my lovers were there with me * all my past and futures * and we all went to heaven in a little row boat * there was nothing to fear, nothing to die * there was nothing to fear, nothing to die * there was nothing to fear, nothing to die *



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    UnregisteredMar 12, 2012 at 4:42 am
    These lyrics are for radiohead's song 'pyramid song', not for 'pulk / pull revolving doors'.

    The correct lyrics are these below:

    "there are barn doors
    And there are revolving doors

    Doors on the rudders of big ships
    We are revolving doors

    There are doors that open by themselves
    There are sliding doors
    And there are secret doors

    There are doors that lock
    And doors that don't

    There are doors that let you in
    And out
    But never open
    But they are trapdoors
    That you can't come back from"

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