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Soul wind blow
Soul wind blow
Soul wind blow
Blow by blow

Under her skin I feel her laughing
Under her nails a piece of me
Under her weight I feel weightless
Under her sheets a friend and enemy

Soul wind blow
Soul wind blow
Soul wind blow
Blow by blow
In the drift we come
In the drift we go...

Under her wings I feel I'm flying
Under her breath I hear my name
Under her spell I'm going under
Under her eyes... I disappear

Soul wind blow
Soul wind blow
Soul wind blow
Blow by blow
You blow me away, blow me away

In the drift we come
In the drift we go...
In the drift we come
In the drift we go...

Soul wind blow
Soul wind blow
Soul wind blow
Blow by blow

Under her roof I feel shelter
Under her hands I feel as clay
Under her weight I feel weightless
Under her clock time goes away


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Boomerang II song meanings
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  • +1
    General CommentYes it is -_-, there are more songs than what you have on albums moron.
    Zephoson August 30, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentboomerang i not a U2 song!!!
    bono247on June 27, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentFor those who need the facts, Boomerang II was a b-side that first appeared on the gatefold 7" single release for Pride (In the Name of Love). Also included were Boomerang, the instrumental version, and 4th of July. Brian Eno didn't like these particularly, so they were left off the album. Edge said he enjoyed doing the african guitar, if I can remember correctly from what I've read.
    dtpon September 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI have never heard this song, but lyrics are great. They are rather simple, but effective. Ah, so sexual. Great, really just great.

    "Under her skin I feel her laughing
    Under her nails a piece of me
    Under her weight I feel weightless
    Under her sheets a friend and enemy"

    No arguments about the subject, eh? :D
    keinukeijuon January 28, 2008   Link

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