Eleanor Rigby picks up the rice in the church where a wedding has been Lives in a dream Waits at the window, wearing the face that she keeps in a jar by the door Who is it for? All the lonely people Where do they all come from ? All the lonely people Where do they all belong ? Father McKenzie writing the words of a sermon that no one will hear No one comes near. Look at him working. Darning his socks in the night when there's nobody there What does he care? All the lonely people Where do they all come from? All the lonely people Where do they all belong? Eleanor Rigby died in the church and was buried along with her name Nobody came Father McKenzie wiping the dirt from his hands as he walks from the grave No one was saved All the lonely people Where do they all come from? All the lonely people Where do they all belong?
For you dear, I was born For you I was raised up For you I've lived and for you I will die For you I am dying now You were my mad little lover In a world where everybody fucks everybody else over You who are so far from me Far from me So far from me Way across some cold neurotic sea Far from me I would talk to you of all matter of things With a smile you would reply Then the sun would leave your pretty face And you'd retreat from the front of your eyes I keep hearing that you're doing best I hope your heart beats happy in your infant breast You are so far from me Far from me Far from me There is no knowledge but i know it There's nothing to learn from that vacant voice That sails to me across the line From the ridiculous to the sublime It's good to hear you're doing so well But really can't you find somebody else that you can ring and tell Did you ever Care for me? Were you ever There for me? So far from me You told me you'd stick by me Through the thick and through the thin Those were your very words My fair-weather friend You were my brave-hearted lover At the first taste of trouble went running back to mother So far from me Far from me Suspended in your bleak and fishless sea Far from me Far from me
Eu quero uma casa no campo Onde eu possa compor muitos rocks rurais E tenha somente a certeza Dos amigos do peito e nada mais Eu quero uma casa no campo Onde eu possa ficar no tamanho da paz E tenha somente a certeza Dos limites do corpo e nada mais Eu quero carneiros e cabras Pastando solenes no meu jardim Eu quero o silêncio das línguas cansadas Eu quero a esperança de óculos E um filho de cuca legal Eu quero plantar e colher com a mão A pimenta e o sal Eu quero uma casa no campo Do tamanho ideal, pau-a-pique e sapê Onde eu possa plantar meus amigos Meus discos e livros e nada mais
I promise you will get old I promised you everything To protect you wherever you go I'll give you this diamond ring Just promise you will remember A promise should last forever It's the last of the dying embers Of a fire that burns so slowly It's a beautiful thing to do Sometimes you just have to walk away Remember I do love you Have courage in what you say