It's six o'clock, the birds are singing.
I'm wide awake whilst you're still fast asleep.
I went outside, into your garden.
The sun was bright & the air was cool And as I stood there listening
Well the birds in your garden
They all started singing this
Song
"Take her now. Don't be scared, it's alright.
Oh, come on, touch her inside.
It's a crime against nature - she's been waiting all night.
Come on, hold her, & kiss her & tell her you care
If you wait 'til tomorrow she'll no longer be there.
Come on & give it to her.
You know it's now or never."
Yeah, the birds in your garden have all started singing this
Song.

My father never told me about the birds & the bees.
And I guess I never realised that I would ever meet birds as
Beautiful as these.
I came inside, climbed to your bedroom.
I kissed your eyes awake & then I did what I knew was only
Natural.
And then the birds in your garden, they all started singing
This song
"Take her now. Don't be scared, it's alright.
Oh, come on, touch her inside.
It's a crime against nature - she's been waiting all night.
Come on, hold her, & kiss her & tell her you care
If you wait 'til tomorrow she'll no longer be there.
Come on & give it to her. You know it's now or never."
Yeah, the birds in your garden have all started singing this
Song.
Yeah, the birds in your garden, they taught me the words to
This song.
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The Birds In Your Garden Lyrics

Pulp – The Birds In Your Garden Lyrics

Songwriters: COCKER, JARVIS BRANSON / MACKEY, STEPHEN PATRICK / BANKS, NICK / DOYLE, CANDIDA / WEBBER, MARK ANDREW
The Birds In Your Garden lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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