"High As A Kite" as written by and Francis Healy....
I'm high high high as a kite
I'm high high high as a kite
And I just might try and do it tonight
But only when the time is right

I'm low low low as you go
I'm low though I've been here before
If I go any lower you know
I'm gonna tell you that the time is right

I thought today the grey would all go away
That the blue was there so roses were red
But instead the red has gone to his bed
Oh no

I'm high high high as a kite
I'm high high high as a kite
And I just might try and do it tonight
But only when the time is right

Yeah I just might try and do it tonight
But only when the time is right


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"High as a Kite" as written by Francis Healy

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    Song MeaningI think it's about someone contemplating suicide, probably the guy who wrote it, and when he's high as a kite, on drugs obviously, he may have the confidence to kill himself, and when he's low (withdrawing - this suggests the drug is Heroin) it's so bad that he thinks this may be the right time to kill himself, to end the pain and misery of withdrawing from Heroin. He is suicidal whether he's high, low, or normal.
    tristesseglobaleon June 22, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningI think it's about someone contemplating suicide, probably the guy who wrote it, and when he's high as a kite, on drugs obviously, he may have the confidence to kill himself, and when he's low (withdrawing - this suggests the drug is Heroin) it's so bad that he thinks this may be the right time to kill himself, to end the pain and misery of withdrawing from Heroin. He is suicidal whether he's high, low, or normal.
    tristesseglobaleon June 22, 2010   Link

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