"The Cloud Room" as written by and Laura Veirs....
Music in the air
Plucked from the centuries
Presented in the form
Of a song by you to me
Seagull in the air
Floating on the updraft
See me on the ground
Think I just heard her laugh

Up in the air
Up there, up there, in the air

Twelve floors up
In the camlin hotel
Man at the piano
Plays songs for the clientele
Notes mingle out from his mouth
With the alcohol
Floating up to the stars
And circling through them all

Up in the air?

Topographic lines
Come close together
Imagine the peaks
And the stormy weather
Trees fade to white
And boulders just might
Make an appearance
If the sun shines just right

Up in the air?

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"The Cloud Room" as written by Laura Veirs


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    General Commentallow me to be the first to say how mesmerizing and beautiful this song is. most of the beauty comes in its decieving simplicity. the poetic lyrics and music are delivered with a mystifyingly deadpan grace and ease, yet are perfectly placed and intonated to build up brimming with energy. ...and all that in under 3 mins. short, sweet, to the point, yet begs repeat listens. brilliant!
    ct_accidentalon September 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentCouldn't have said it better.
    savianon May 29, 2009   Link

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