"Above The Clouds" as written by and Oliver/paridjanian Knights....
one, two, three, four
up above the clouds, it is always a blue sky
some will try a trick, but you just look them in the eyes
what will they do, when the money runs dry?
where will they go, when the jet planes can't fly?

when all is said and done i will love you
when all is said and done i'll still love you

starring out at the stars, you feel helpless and so small
nothing but closed down bars, no one helps you when you fall
one day this world will be returning to this prime
we'll all be gone, there'll be no more roads to find

when all is said and done i will love you
when all is said and done i'll still love you

the rain came again,
cleaning the dream and it always makes me cry, oh my
something about the rain, it sends memories through my vains
memories always stain, you can't wash them down the drain
where will i go when my broken body dies?
and what will i know when i look up to the skies?

when all is said and done will you love me? (x2)

the rain came again, cleaning the dream
and it always makes me cry, oh my
up above the clouds, it is always a blue sky


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"Above the Clouds" as written by Gale Paridjanian Oliver Knights

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    General CommentI love this song, can't believe no one has commented on it. Its very peaceful.
    eris13on October 11, 2006   Link
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    General Commenteris13 is right, verypeaceful. to me its about putting things into perspective. my best friend used to say he felt pointless becasue the world was so big and he was such a little part of it, and this song kind of makes me think of that and of him. i dont think thats the exact meaning, but its my personal meaning.
    alternativemeaningon January 18, 2007   Link

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