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Beautiful lyrics, builds up wonderfully and the last 2 minutes blow you away. - handers94
Yes the 2 last minutes are great
Heard this song on the radio and I fell in love with his voice immediately...
Can't stop listening... Really awesome
Fantastic song, makes one feel like flying, running away from problems despite pretty sombre lyrics. The first song I've listened to on my phone in a very emotionally difficult moment. Because of this reason I'm very attached to it on emotional level.
Brilliant brilliant feel good song. Reminds me of a time when things were looking bleak but this song was always a massive pick-me-up. Love it.
Definitely the best
It has a cool and it's very catchy. - Userguy44
There is just this melodic happines to it, unlike their other songs.
So powerful and gorgeous, best song for me
Such a cool song, great lyrics, dark and beautiful
One of the bests from An End Has a Start along with Spiders.
Yes it's certainly one of their best!
Surely this should be higher on this list. Electric
Best song, period
The piano piece, the low pitch, the lyrics, all combined together speak of a sorrow that touches the heart...
What a song, especialy when you have a son, like I do. Really great song!
It is like theatr song, so peaceful
This is mind blowing song/Very popular, why is it not here?
One of the bests from An End Has a Start along with Escape the Nest.
This is the best Editors song, in my opinion. Tom's lyrics about Illuminaty and New World Order are just great, and the piano interlude is amazing. And I've seen this song live twice, and it's way better than in the CD.
I don't know if it's my favourite by the Editors but I put it here simply because it must deserve a place.
Just the best B-side of the band.
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