Björk:I've Seen It All Lyrics

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I've Seen It All

This song is by Björk, features Thom Yorke and appears on the movie soundtrack Selmasongs: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack Dancer in the Dark (2000).

This song has been covered by Bonnie 'Prince' Billy under the title "I've Seen It All".
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I've Seen It All
I've seen it all, I have seen the trees
I've seen the willow leaves dancing in the breeze
I've seen a man killed by his best friend
And lives that were over before they were spent

I've seen what I was and I know what I'll be
I've seen it all, there is no more to see!

You haven't seen elephants, kings or Peru!
I'm happy to say I had better to do
What about China? Have you seen the Great Wall?
All walls are great, if the roof doesn't fall!

And the man you will marry? The home you will share?
To be honest, I really don't care

You've never been to Niagara Falls?
I have seen water, it's water, that's all...

The Eiffel Tower, the Empire State?
My pulse was as high on my very first date!

Your grandson's hand as he plays with your hair?
To be honest, I really don't care...

I've seen it all, I've seen the dark
I've seen the brightness in one little spark
I have seen what I choose and I've seen what I need
And that is enough, to want more would be greed
I've seen what I was and I know what I'll be
I've seen it all, there is no more to see!

You've seen it all and all you have seen
You can always review on your own little screen
The light and the dark, the big and the small
Just keep in mind you need no more at all

You've seen what you were and you know what you'll be
You've seen it all, there is no more to see!

Written by:

Björk, Sjón, and Lars Von Trier

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