"Trampoline" as written by and Dominic Michael Phillips Paul Anthony Noonan....
She had mixed me
With someone she once seen
Projected on her screen
Now I'm blue tacked above her feet
So go lightly don't wake her
Let her dream

Reflecting off the roof
The whole world, it shimmers for you
On a tree lined road
My body took leave of my soul
'Hold on tight oblivion' she screams
She's so strong when she's
Digging into me

My head almost broke my heart
Perfection takes me years
To unravel and maul apart
The Trampoline is getting torn
Landing hard and taking off
What now must I use
To get us both airborne

I press green to play
But the dial tone encores for me
I try to dodge the cracks
So not to hex it or paint it black
I'm starting feel tremor of faith
But never before on this scale

You and I
Always had someone to talk us down
You and I
Learned how to live without solid ground
You and I
Jump up and down on
These straining ties
That were guaranteed to bind

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"Trampoline" as written by Dave Brian Geraghty Brian Patrick Crosby

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    General CommentWoohoo 1st to Write anting bout dis song but dats 2 b expected as Bell X1 are an irish band and nun o ye americans care 'bout us poor irish and ye all tink ure so great becuz u used yer brains and picked da hot side of the atlantic, anyways great song probly da best on their new album anyway, no idea wot it means though.
    Spellchampon March 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song seems to be about the author's misfortune with his relationship. The relationship being the "Trampoline" that always bounced them back up to grace. Not even phone calls help. I really love the "You and I learned to live without solid ground." They learned to live on the relationship alone. And we, or rather some, Americans do care.
    mrmisteron June 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love this song! Get the "Tour De Flock" album to hear an amazing version of it!
    mitsuko045on September 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commentspellchamp....what are you talking about? that was so stupid. anyways...this is a great song.
    Gnilsiaon March 06, 2008   Link

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