Poetry in Motion

‘Poetry in Motion’ is a song by How Airplanes Fly.


Is it possible to love and to hate you?
Gellert, every night I debate you
I know, I know, I’m falling behind
Help me help you change your mind

You came into my home and now I’m homeless
My family torn apart by your boldness
I know, I know, I’m falling behind
Running out of time
Help me help you change your mind

If he’s poetry in motion, does that mean he’ll never stop?
Oh, Lord, brew me a potion to make him what he’s not

You think I’m just another Muggle-loving fool
Fooling around here with you?
I know, I know, I’m falling behind
Help me help you change your mind

An evil wizard, but a man nonetheless
I saw it most when he told me to get undressed, hey
I know, I know, I’m falling behind
Running out of time
Help me help you change your mind

If he’s poetry in motion, does that mean he’ll never stop?
Oh, Lord, brew me a potion to make him what he’s not
Oh, Lord, brew me a potion to make him what he’s not

I know you’re going to live your life
With no regard to wrong or right
In all we do, we pay a price
And yours will be high

If he’s poetry in motion, does that mean he’ll never stop?
Lord, brew me a potion to make him what he’s not
If he’s poetry in motion, does that mean he’ll never stop?
Oh, Lord, brew me a potion to make him what he’s not

I know, I know, I’m falling behind
Running out of time
Help me help you change your mind

If he’s poetry in motion, does that mean he’ll never stop?
Oh, Lord, brew me a potion to make him what he’s not

I know, I know, I’m falling behind
Running out of time
Help me help you change your mind

If he’s poetry in motion, does that mean he’ll never stop?
Oh, Lord, brew me a potion to make him what he’s not
Oh, Lord, brew me a potion to make me what I’m not
If he’s poetry in motion, does that mean he’ll never —

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  1. […] was “Poetry in Motion” by How Airplanes Fly [lyrics], “Zip Me Up” by the Blibbering Humdingers, and “Invincible” by The Lovegoods […]

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