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This programme contains Welcome to our show, welcome to our

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world, and welcome to the wonderful # Written in graffiti

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# "Do you ever get the feeling that # Written up in marker

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# "I struggle with the feeling that # See the arrow that they shot

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 62 seconds

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# Yes, I feel nervous # How come they're out when they

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# So on concrete canvas # I'll be armed with

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 62 seconds

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# When you use your heart We are delighted to have Coldplay

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back in the studio. Coldplay! We will be hearing more from them on

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the show and talking to them. Very pleased to have them back and very

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pleased to have all of our guests here tonight. From Paris, the one

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and only amazing Camille. From Wellington, New Zealand, especially

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for us, the Phoenix Foundation. Delighted to welcome back into this

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room, from Jacksonville, North Carolina, Ryan Adams. From all over

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the place, but Ireland mostly, a The Waterboys. I will be chatting

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to Nicky Wire from the Manic Street Preachers. And now, from London,

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joined by Emili Sande, Professor # I wanna scream till the words

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Suffered and cried Never mothered or shy to trouble

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When I wanted to get pence hustled Saying I tried to cash in on

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I wanted to vent but instead I said nothing at all

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After all, you were never kin to me

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Family is something that you never been to me

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In fact making it harder for me to see my father

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Was the only thing that you ever did for me.

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# I wanna sing

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# I wanna shout

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# I wanna scream till the words dry out

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# So put it in all of the papers

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# I'm not afraid

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# They can read all about it

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# Read all about it

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# Oh

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# Oh oh oh

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# Oh

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# Oh oh oh

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# Oh oh oh oh. #

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Yeah, Dad

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As a kid I looked up to you

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Only thing was I never saw enough of you

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Last thing I said to you was I hated you

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I loved you but now it's too late to say to you

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Just didn't know what to do and how to deal with it

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Even now, deep down, I still live it

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To think I used to blame me I wonder what I did to you

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To make you hate me I wasn't even five

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Life's a journey and mine wasn't an easy ride

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You never even got to see me rap

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I just wish you woulda reached out

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I wish you woulda been round when I been down

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I wish that you could see me now

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Wherever you are I really hope you find peace

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But know that if I ever have kids unlike you

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I'll never let them be without me.

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# I wanna sing

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# I wanna shout

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# I wanna scream till the words dry out

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# So put it in all of the papers I'm not afraid

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# They can read all about it

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# Read all about it

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# Oh. #

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I write songs I couldn't listen to

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Everything I have, I give to you

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In every one of these lines I sing to you

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My job's more like public service

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My life just became yours to read and interpret

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If you heard it, it'd come across a lot different at times

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I throw fits when I read how they word things

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You see me smile

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Now you're gonna have to see me hurtin'

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Cos pretending everything is all right

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When it ain't, really isn't working.

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# I wanna sing

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# I wanna shout

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# I wanna scream till the words dry out

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# So put it in all of the papers

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# I'm not afraid

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# They can read all about it

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# Read all about it

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# Oh. #

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I ain't censoring myself for nobody

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Professor

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Professor Green.

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Professor Green. Joined

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Professor Green. Joined by Emili Sande. Welcome back to the show.

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She was on a few weeks ago, and how super she was. Now, they have made

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a beautiful record based on a lot of poetry of W B Yeats. We welcome

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# On the leaf-sown, new-mown # The greater grows my light

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# On the leaf-sown, new-mown A treat to have The Waterboys in

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the studio performing songs from their marvellous spell p.

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Everything good in this corner? Camille, everything good? Beautiful

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to have you in the room. Coldplay were here and they will be back.

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But now, with just guitar, playing the title track from his new album,

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we are delighted to have back in # Well, it gnawed

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# Her skin smelled like # And the cigarette smoke

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# And a heart # And the sailboats

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# And a heart # Left her with a heart

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From the new album by Ryan Adams. And now, conveniently located at a

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table immediately behind me, I am pleased to welcome into this room

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Chris and John Lee of Coldplay. Welcome. So nice to have the back

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in this room with our complimentary bottles of beer. We finished them.

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And a lovely record to match with your lovely cup of coffee. Thank

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you. I liked listening to it, I liked the cover, the production and

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the songs, but I am unsure how to pronounce the title. And the price?

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The price was pretty good for me. I think it is because I bought quite

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a lot of them. I bought 20,000 of them. My tip is that it will propel

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it to number one this Sunday. does, we will thank you. The title

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is ridiculous but that is what life should be. I assumed it was some

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German friend. It can be, if you want one. It sounds like a spot

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cream. I am trying to get it. worked with Brian Eno and his

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philosophy is, don't be afraid to try anything. So we said, can we

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call it this weird word question mark he said, No. I am not sure he

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was listening. He is a genius, but does he have unusual methods in the

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He just brings up an enthusiasm for what you're doing. When we started

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working with him we had gone three weird period where we were working

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out why we were in a band, and what we were doing. He got us back to a

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point where we just loved playing in a room together again. This is

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your fifth album. With your first album, it was loads of fun and you

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could not care less, I am guessing. That was how I felt. And then as

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you have success, the pressure mounts. I am not sure it is

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pressure, it is just this new thing. You don't realise how vocal people

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are about music. Somehow, you become some people's worst enemy by

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playing the wrong chords, which takes a few weeks to get used to.

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Van drivers and start. I don't like that B minor. I don't mind people

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arguing about that kind of thing cost of maybe it is just being from

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Devon and we are not taught that. You do not have that caught in

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We had only three chords when I grew up. They brought in a 4th in

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1986 and I was set alight. Where did you go to learn the 4th chord?

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I went to Dorset. In Hampshire, they teach you the scales and in

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London they tell you how to write pop songs. I believe you made up an

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interesting new word to describe Brian Eno. He made it up. We said,

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what do you do? Not as aggressively as that. How would you describe

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what you do? And you're jumping into Nicky Wire's interview. Brian

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Eno makes up things, and he made up this word. He is like the

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headmaster in Harry Potter. He is like Gandalf. He is from the Hobbit.

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We said, would you like to make up your own title for what you do, and

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that is what he came up with. you were talking to you at 18 years

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old, 15 years old, what advice would you give to yourself as a 15-

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year-old? I would probably say, shit, you have got me on the spot.

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I would not say that. This is not the live show, is it? No, it is not.

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I would say, don't worry so much, but you should do because that is

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what makes albums. And 15-year-old me would say, what are you talking

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about, who are you? You look like an old me. And then I would have

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run away and hidden. She is telling me to go over there. Isn't it

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marvellous to have Coldplay here. Thank you very much, Chris and

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Johnny. We will be hearing more of them later. I did not even get to

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ask about the graffiti. So much to talk about, so little time. That is

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life. The next artists are not only superb, but they have come all the

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way from New Zealand especially to be here tonight. While Khumbu

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# Shining stars The song Buffalo, from the album,

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Buffalo MACRO. -- Buffalo. Thank you. The next artist is one of my

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favourites. She's from France and I love her voice. I love her records

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and I am so delighted she is here. If you are at home, Ternopil

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television and enjoy the # Do you know what it feels like

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# Do you know what it feels like # Do you know what it feels like

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# Do you know what it feels like # Do you know what it feels like

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# Para-para # Para-para

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# Para-para # Life goes on

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# Para-para # Para-para

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# Para-para # Para-para

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# Para-para # Para-para

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# Lying underneath # "Oh I know the sun

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# Para-para # Para-para

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# Para-para # Para-para

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# Para-para # Para-para

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# Para-para # Para-para

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# Para-para Thank you, Coldplay. Such a treat

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to have them back in the studio. It is so great to have them here.

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Before that, we enjoyed the amazing Camille. Fantastic to have you here.

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Thank you so much for coming on the show. You have this record out. You

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sang beautifully, but would you sink something in French. Yes. I

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will sing a song about my country, a funny song. We look forward to

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that in a moment. Thank you, Camille. We will be back with her

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in a moment. And now, in this corner, back to the poems of WB

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# Assistance from others # Was persuaded by summer air to

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# The decision so innocent # An innocence interrupted

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# She came from the depths and ascended

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# Bumped into he who dement

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# Intent on inflicting the same pain that been lent him

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# The decision made by he for she had never consented

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# And unprovoked The most vemonous attack

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# He took from her that which she can't get back

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# And left her with that that she can't get rid of

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# Which is why whenever it's time for lift-off, she

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# She builds a rocket out of stars in her spoon

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# Straps up, the only way to make it to the moon

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# Dear God I hope you haven't for got

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# This young brave astronaut

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# And she'd rather feel nothing than the pain

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# An evening she can't forget Memories she can't stomach

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# Not for nothing but I need a shot in the vein

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# Friends she ignored till the phone stopped ringing

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# Till her door stopped knocking

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# Her door she only opens to let him in

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# You can take that either away

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# A window she rarely opens so she can see the day

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# Her stove she only uses to heat her spoon

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# For her the only way she can reach the moon, she

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# She builds a rocket out of stars in her spoon

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# Straps up, the only way to make it to the moon

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# Dear God I hope you haven't forgot

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# This young brave astronaut

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# Looking up, looking up, looking up for the young brave astronaut

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# Give it up, give it up, give it up for the young brave astronaut

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# I know that you're busy but any time you got

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# I know that you're busy but any time you got

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# God, please make a visit

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# To the young, to the young To the young

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# To the young brave astronaut

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# She opens the window for a glimpse out

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# And heats a spoon over the stove

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# Feels a familiar sting and then slips out

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# With a window that isn't quite closed

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# With the window open and the stove still lit

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# Along with the rain came a gust of wind

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# Which blew the fire out

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# Gas still running and her still breathing the gas in

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# She builds a rocket out of stars in her spoon

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# Straps up, the only way to make it to the moon

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# Dear God I hope you haven't forgot

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# This young brave astronaut. #

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Professor

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Professor Green.

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Professor Green. The

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Professor Green. The beautiful poetry of Professor Green. Before

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that, the Waterboys. And now, from the Manic Street Preachers, I am

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delighted to welcome back into this room Nicky Wire. Lovely to see you

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here. Lovely to have you back. We have lots to talk about and only 12

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seconds to do it. There is too much talent on the show tonight. I am

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glad we are not playing. Do you find it stressful when you play

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here? Very stressful. We love it when you're here. So do I, but it

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is nerve-racking. Was it nerve- racking making these? There are up

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30 eighth singles, all 38 singles on one amazing thing. When you look

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back, are you amazed you stayed together that long? The greatest

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thing was that we are still best friends. We went to school together

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at the age of four. It is really unhealthy, knowing somebody for

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that long. When you did your first singles, did you think you would

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still be there in five years. think James and Sean, the musicians,

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they did, but we were just interested in crushing and burning.

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I think they were in for the long wall. -- crashing and burning.

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are going to do a show where you will play 38 singles are. Yes, but

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we will have an interval because we will need steroids, massage and

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ice-cream. It is part of the ticket price for the audience. I think we

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have a little bit of video of you doing a song. If you do it

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# You watch a plane flying across the clear blue sky

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# This is the day your life will surely change

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# This is the day when things fall Marvellous. A great record. What is

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a national treasure. There is a hint of irony in the title. I do

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not think we have reached that level. Stephen Fry is a national

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treasure. And I think this is, this book. Like many musicians, you are

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a visual artist and you have made this great book of Polaroid

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pictures. When did you first get into them? There are about 10,000 I

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have from the early 1990s. I had to edit it to 600. Meander Japanese

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photographer collaborated. He followed us on the road. -- me and

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a Japanese photographer. They have a unique look to them. They went

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bust. The digital world tramped over the analogue. I remember being

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photographed by Paula Yates in my pants on a Polaroid. You used to

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have to put them under your arm to keep them warm. Which one did you

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use? The lower pocket. It is a fantastic book, filled with amazing

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pictures. I am afraid we are running out of time, but it is

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lovely to see you, Nicky Wire! # I don't remember

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# And the night will break # Waiting outside

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# Waiting outside # Like bags of trash in the

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# We've got nothing # Well, the lights will draw you in

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# And the night will break # Well, the lights will draw you in

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# I don't remember # When we won't have to worry

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# Is it a crime # So flock of hearts

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# Through the blood red sky # The sleep of the wheel of fortune

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# I was trapped in a man's body # So flock of hearts

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# So flock of hearts # Through the blood red sky

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# So flock of hearts # Through the blood red sky

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Thank you the Phoenix Foundation. From their album Buffalo. Before

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that, we enjoyed Ryan Adams. Our next artist did that amazing song

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on the floor. On her album, it is full of incredible contrasts. How

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do we pronounce the title of your our bomb? Exactly! -- your album.

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Please welcome come meal. -- # Our minds are at their best

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# That everything outside us # That everything outside us

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# Horace by Homer stands # And here is Tully's opened page

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# Were you and I lads mad as the mist and snow?

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# Were you and I lads mad as the mist and snow?

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# Hey hey hey hey

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# What makes me sigh What makes me shudder so?

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# I shudder and sigh to think that even Cicero

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# And many minded Homer were mad as the mist and snow

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# That Cicero and Homer were mad as the mist and snow

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# That Cicero and Homer were mad as the mist and snow

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# That Cicero and Homer were mad as the mist and snow

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# Mad as the mist and snow

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# Mad as the mist and snow

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# Mad as the mist and snow

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 62 seconds

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Thank you to

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Thank you to The

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Thank you to The Waterboys.

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Thank you to The Waterboys. Thank you also to all of our sensation of

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guests. Thank you, Nicky Wire, with his beautiful book of photographs.

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Thank you Ryan Adams. Thank you, Professor Green, for his beautiful

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music, thank you to the Waterboys. Thank you to the Phoenix Foundation.

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Thank you to the sensational Camille. Next week, Florence and

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the machine, Pete Townshend, Mary J oblige and much more. But we finish

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where we started, with the # Took a car downtown

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# I took a car downtown # I saw the lights go down

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Joining Jools in the studio are our very own global rock superstars Coldplay, returning to perform on the show with songs from their fifth album Mylo Xyloto after debuting tracks from it at 2011's headlining show at Glastonbury.

Stephen Paul Manderson aka Professor Green, the Hackney-born rapper, makes his debut on the show with songs from his second album At Your Inconvenience, including hit single Read All About It featuring Emeli Sande.

Plus, The Waterboys, formed by Mike Scott in 1983, perform tracks from their new album An Appointment With Mr Yeats, which features the works of the Irish poet set to music.

Also performing are The Phoenix Foundation from Wellington, New Zealand. The band have been together for over a decade and enjoyed success and acclaim in their homeland with their dreamy, synth-heavy spin on Byrds/Beach Boys-style pop. Now they bring it to the UK courtesy of the independent label Memphis Industries.


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