Finally got caught up
We thought we had it made
Then life stepped in and sent another mouth to feed our way
Once our world was more than fighting traffic kids and bills
Working all day straight into the night
No time for chasing thrills

Dancing through the landmines
Right down to the wire
Walking through the fire
But we're

Climbing up that hill
Breaking for the blue skies
Someday we will find our real life
On the other side


On a map let's find a place we've never been before
Pack our bags and book a flight
We'll walk right out that door
Guess that's just a dream
Since we grew roots and settled down
Wonder if we'll ever leave this tired little town

Home up on the high wire
No net down below
There's one thing that we both know
We are

(chorus)

Dancing through the landmines
Right down to the wire
Walking through the fire
But we're

(chorus)


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Clumbing up That Hill song meanings
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    General CommentThis is the fifth part of a seven-part suite entitled "A Flash Before My Eyes." This section discusses the protagonist's adult life. He is now married, with children, and working. He seems to be discontent with the mundane routine of a "regular" life.
    TheGreatZoon April 24, 2010   Link

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