When The Wind Comes Round (The Mutton Birds)

(Don McGlashan) You wake up You've been dreaming Words fly round your head and you write them down Get yourself a drink All around you waters rise You'd be surprised to see How you're hanging on If you stopped to think You think that the sun and moon revolve around you You think that you lost me years ago But I've got news for you I found you I found you Remember we were friends Our histories and secrets were entwined You were not above me People said we could be twins Two sets of arms and legs And a single mind So why'd you let them have me? You think that you know all that you need to know now But when we get to where I'm taking you You'll understand Let's go now Let's go now When the wind comes round When the wind comes round Little boy don't cry I'll take all your fancy things Suck them up into the sky If you so much as open your eyes When the wind comes round When the wind comes round You're asleep now You can keep your balance a little while It's all the same to me I'll wait by your bed You want to give up You want to get out now while you've got the chance I can see your fear Hanging over your head Some day in a month of Sundays You'll be driving by Some place that you think is no place We'll come face to face And I will shake you One of these days I'll wake you When the wind comes round When the wind comes round Little boy don't cry I'll take all your fancy things Suck them up into the sky If you so much as open your eyes When the wind comes round When the wind comes round When the wind comes round When the wind comes round Little boy don't cry For all that never was And all that will never be 'cause you know what it's like to be me When the wind comes round When the wind comes round