"Blown Away" as written by Damon Minchella, Simon Fowler, Oscar Lloyd Harrison and Stephen Cradock....
So blown away by all the faces and the dreamers
I'm no weaker than you dear
I took a ride and I saw you inside, a soul that lives at rest
Are you done for?
But you had a lot to say
Did I take it a different way?
Some will stand and some will leap but you, you'll do what you will
Cause I'm dreaming as you're leaving
Shine bright as I shine the light on love that took my best
Best luck girl
Cause you got a ways to go
Crawling your way back home

And this was the last crime cause I'm done
You can take my good plans cause I'm in trouble now

I held the door for you to explore as you stood head in the clouds
And I'm leaving cause you're dreaming
You clear the smoke and learn how to float, arms high in the air
Oh as I glare
You took it away to see
The person you'll never flee

So lift your head and shine


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"Blown Away" as written by Sam Weedman

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    General Commentwow this band is nothing like what drive thru normally signs...but they're a nice type of different. this song kinda makes it seem like the guy has to let go of a girl and he's really upset about it, but then he realizes she has to go for her own good so he gives her some encouragement at the end "so lift your head and shine"
    bottledwaterh2oon April 28, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI'm surprised no one has commented more on this song.
    whenever I hear it I always see a relatively shy guy, with this adventurous girl. and the girl just wants to live out all of her dreams and live for the moment. that splits them apart, and the guy is sad that he had to let her go, but knows it's the best thing for her and wishes her luck fore verything she does.
    elevenelevenon July 02, 2006   Link

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