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When singer-songwriter Bird York—also an actor and screenwriter—composed the 2006 Academy Award-nominated song “In The Deep” for the Oscar-nominated film Crash, she had no visuals to go on, only a draft of the script by writer-director Paul Haggis. York originally met Haggis in 2000 when she appeared in and conceived music for his critically acclaimed series Family Law, and their fluid collaboration grew out of the fast pace demanded by a weekly hour-long series.
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- LyricsThought you had
all the answers
to rest your heart upon.
But something happens,
don't see it coming, now
- LyricsHave no fear in your heart
though you feel you've been broken and lost
there's a world where we will meet up again
there's a place that mends your hurt and takes you in
there are times faced alone
- Haunting You - (4:25) - 213 plays
- Open Wider - (4:35) - 235 plays
- LyricsIn the afternoon
She sits and waits for him to come
Two swollen ankles count the time
Nervous fingers trace
Across the cold linoleum
- Wicked Little High - (4:32) - 237 plays
- Come Be With Me - (3:47) - 184 plays
- Breathe Deeply - (5:14) - 118 plays
- Come Home - (3:26) - 97 plays
- What Are You Running After - (4:19) - 90 plays
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