A BIRD FLIES OUT Lyrics – DEB TALAN

With poetic metaphors, A Bird Flies Out Lyrics captures the experience of heartbreak and letting go of a relationship that could not last. The bird imagery evokes a sense of freedom as well as fragility, with the narrator acknowledging “a bond broken before it began.” Lines like “How do you say goodbye to something you never really had?” convey the difficulty of mourning a connection that was never fully realized. There is a quiet sadness and acceptance as the narrator sets the bird free, watching it “become a memory, a speck on the horizon.” The lyrics meditate on relinquishing a relationship that exists more in fantasy than reality, acknowledging that sometimes bonds must break to enable new growth. Do read A BIRD FLIES OUT Lyrics by DEB TALAN below.

A BIRD FLIES OUT Lyrics

A bird flies out and over the rooftops
down past the cars in my line of view.
It’s a strange beginning, comic and awkward grace.
In a picture, on the table
I’m in a red dress waiting for a reason
holding a tightly packed suitcase.Maybe I’m too jaded to love somebody like you.
Maybe I want to love my dream that’ll never come true.
Someone who is real, oh, gets in the way
and moves inside my heart, not just my head
interfering with how I want to feel.How do I want to feel, I wonder?

You could be water to me, I might be wine.
The stars have all faded here
they give us no sign.
Is this the right time?

The smoke curls up and ribbons the air
away from my nervous fingers.
The cigarette sputters, a tired reluctant burn.
In a picture, on the table
you are a driver peering past the moment
holding the wheel until it turns.

Maybe I’m too jaded to love somebody like you.

A BIRD FLIES OUT Lyrics – DEB TALAN

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