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Violet Hill

This song is by Pendulum and appears on the compilation Radio 1's Live Lounge, Volume 3 (2008).

This song is a cover of "Violet Hill" by Coldplay.
Original video
Was a long and dark December; from the rooftops I remember
There was snow; white snow
Clearly I remember, from the windows they were watching
While we froze, down below
When the future's architectured by a carnival of idiots
On show, you'd better lie low
If you love me, won't you let me know?

Was a long and dark December; from the rooftops I remember
There was snow (there was snow); white snow (white snow)
Clearly I remember, from the windows they were watching
While we froze (while we froze), down below (down below)
When the future's architectured by a carnival of idiots
On show, you'd better lie low
If you love me, won't you let me know?

Was a long and dark December, when the banks became cathedrals
And a fox (and a fox) became God (became God)
Priests clutched onto bibles, hollowed out to fit their rifles
And the cross (and the cross) was held aloft (was held aloft)
Bury me in honour; when I'm dead and hit the ground
A love back home, it unfolds
If you love me, won't you let me know?

I don't want to be a soldier, who the captain of some sinking ship
Would stow (would stow), far below (far below)
So if you love me, why'd you let me go?

I took my love down to Violet Hill; there we sat in snow
And all that time, she was silent still
So if you love me, won't you let me know?
If you love me, won't you let me know?

Written by:

Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, Rob Swire

Produced by:

Rob Swire

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