I Might Float - Syd Matters




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There is something in the weather coming
It’s the springtime floating all upon the city
I wanna blow it back, wanna blow it back

I will leave this town by the weekend
If you buy me a ticket, I have to save my money for the dark days honey, for the dark

I will travel through the season
Til the summer voices and the fire noises and the burning witches call me home

I will find the strength to give up
All the thing I made up, all the things I made up, all the leaves I tied up on my arms

I miss the comfort in being trusted by the king and the princes, by the king and the princes, by the king and the princes
By the clock and the watches, by the dying species, by the flying foxes

I might float for a second
Through the shadow of my reason
Find my home, my children
I’m a rainbow over the ocean


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Syd Matters is a musician from France. His real name is Jonathan Morali, but Syd Matters is a pseudonym which comes from slight modification of two members of Pink Floyd : Syd Barrett and Roger Waters.

His first album, A Whisper and a Sigh was recorded during the summer of 2002. He won the cqfd prize in 2003, rewarding the best french revelation. After this album was released, he constructed a new four piece band. In April 2005 he released his second album Someday We will Foresee Obstacles. It is a mixture of folk and of melancholic pop, his music combines slow melodys with acoustic instruments, it does not however forget its roots of electronic music.

Perhaps one of his most popular American songs is "To All Of You" which was featured in the senior prom episode of the FOX teenage drama the O.C.

His third album, 'Ghost Days', was released on 18 January 2008. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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