I wish I could fly
I wish I could die
I wish I was the cross in Othello's eye
I wish I was a stone in those castle walls
so I could be a thousand years old and a hundred feet tall
I wish I could fly
I wish I could fly
I wish I could fly
and I wish I could die
I wish I was the cross in Othello's eye
I wish I could fly
I wish I could fly
I wish I was a flower blowin' in the wind
so I could fly away but come back again and again
Or will I always be alone standing staring at the sky
Or will I learn to fly
Or will I learn to fly


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The Flower Song song meanings
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    My InterpretationReflects one of those days when things just all go wrong. Using some beautiful metaphors though. "I wish I was a stone in those castle walls so I could be a thousand years old and a hundred feet tall"; beautiful.
    Cracked Pleasureson August 15, 2012   Link

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