"Touch Me Fall" as written by and Amy Elizabeth Ray....
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I'm waking from a dream
The neighborhood is green
All the sounds I've missed
All the years
Come down to wedding death and fear
I'll I've heard has been in vain
Like water on a stain
Touch me
I'm so beautiful
Rub your hands
Across my head
Just like this
Come with me
Now it's not worth it
If you don't
Are you hiding
I am hiding

Cypress moon
I'm bald in June
Like the granite
In a stream
Swamp Ophelia
I'm torn down
Let your waters
Let me drown
Touch me
I'm so beautiful
Rub your hands
Across my head
Just like this
Come with me
Now it's not worth it
If you don't
Are you crying
I am crying

Jump jump
Jump so high
Watch me let you down
If I stumble
I will stumble
If I fall
I will fall
I'm trying to hold it
Like rain in a river
Everything is
Getting bigger
Better this
Won't last forever
Touch me fall
Touch me fall

Jump jump
Jump so high
Watch me let you down
If I stumble
I will stumble
If I fall
I will fall
I'm trying to hold it
Like rain in a river
Everything is
Getting bigger
Better this
Won't last forever
Touch me fall


Lyrics submitted by onelove26

"Touch Me Fall" as written by Amy Elizabeth Ray

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentI've always thought this song was about being mentally ill. Mainly because it is so all over the place and so are the lyrics...they are just little snippets that don't directly relate to each other. And then it's on the Swamp Ophelia CD (and as you may know Ophelia was Hamlet's girlfriend and she was insane and committed suicide) So...that's what has always just come to mind when i hear it. I might be way off on that.

    It is an awesome song though...no doubt.
    musiclover26on August 28, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentahh... I absoultly love this song, but I haven't the clue to what exactly it is talking about. can anybody help me out here?? anyways the song is very aweesome.
    onelove26on May 30, 2002   Link
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    General CommentUmm...I guess I always thought it was about making love. The lyrics are pretty suggestive, and if you listen to the song it starts slow, builds, builds, and then kind of climaxes, and then abruptly ends. See what I'm getting at? Yeah....
    pdqbachon July 11, 2002   Link
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    General CommentWhat an awesome song to lose your virginity to. He he. I wonder how I would know....
    macyon July 11, 2002   Link
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    General CommentMusic Lover is right about the Hamlet reference. Ophelia was driven mad because after professing his love for her Hamlet became distant to protect himself, causing the great heartache of indifference. Notice the many refenrences to water in this song; Ophelia drown herself in a river.
    EZEebson March 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI don't know about losing your virginity to this song, but it seems like the right song to commit suicide to. I don't think it is about sex.
    EZEebson June 08, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeah....? All of those are intersteing ideas....?
    jelloeyesstillsuckon June 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIts such a beautiful song... I think the chorus "Touch me, I'm so beautiful" could be related a number of ways. Personally, I see it as saying, "Why won't anybody come around me? Why don't people love me? I'm ok aren't I? Are they hiding?" And sort of to say that now that I've fixed my problems, they said love would come to me (Emily song) so I did and there's still nothing! Its distressing anyway...

    It might MIGHT be a song about Self Harm... Blood and Fire, Keeper of my Heart, and Covered for You all pretty much straight up say that Amy used to deal with that.

    Thoughts?
    ~LS
    LondonSkylineon March 24, 2011   Link

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