"Sound of Sounds" as written by and Ian Thomas/blackburn Ball....
Do you ever stop and wonder
Where you'd be without her?

You listened, you listened, you listened
To what she said to you

The sound of sounds ain't lightning

The whisper, the promise, the solace
Of where you're lead to
Yeah

The sound of sounds ain't lightning
Yeah, yeah

The sound of sounds ain't lightning

Have you forgotten who you are?
(Have you forgotten who you are?)
Have you forgotten who you are?
(Have you forgotten who you are?)

Could you ever stop and wonder
Could you live without her?

The sound of sounds ain't lightning
Yeah, yeah

The sound of sounds ain't lightning
Yeah

The sound of sounds ain't lightning
Yeah, yeah
(The sound of sounds ain't lightning)

The sound of sounds ain't lightning


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"Sound of Sounds" as written by Ian Thomas Ball Ben Ottewell

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    General CommentThese guys do not mess around. Great song any way you bend it.
    Tyler Durdenon August 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe fourth "have you forgotten who you are?" where the chord changes from dischord to harmony and the whole sound melts into something perfect... it's too good to put into words. That moment is everything that makes Gomez great.

    Not many songs give me goose bumps these days, but this one does. It's a powerful thing.
    caitsith01on June 17, 2003   Link
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    General Commenta great song (*****), like caitsith01 said, very powerful stuff
    gomezloveron January 15, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about being caught up in the moment, or looking back at times where you've felt that. with their music these guys try to invoke that type of feeling again. the music, the words, THE SONG is amazing... GOMEZ is AMAZING!
    mizmattikon November 07, 2010   Link

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