"Imaginary Bars" as written by and Anthony Dekker....
When the sun fell down and fell asleep
Drunk from drinking all the heat
It made a splash onto the sky
The stars stayed up 'til morning

When the sun fell down and fell asleep
Drunk from drinking all the heat
It made a splash onto the sky
The stars stayed up 'til morning

I was in a prison with imaginary bars
I was riding shotgun in imaginary cars
One was filled with wind twisting through an iron mouth
One was made of trees with no keys to shimmy out

When the sun fell down and fell asleep
Drunk from drinking all the heat
It made a splash onto the sky
The stars stayed up 'til morning

Oh

When the sun fell down and fell asleep
Drunk from drinking all the heat
It made a splash onto the sky
The stars stayed up 'til morning


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"Imaginary Bars" as written by Anthony Dekker

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    General CommentThis song is really simple, it dosnt have many words other than the main verse. Its basically about the end of a hot day and the sun is setting and the stars are starting to come out, so its night time. THen the whole thing about being in a prison could mean he feels trapped in some way and its a trapping within nature because its "made of trees" and there is no key. The wind and iron mouth is about the car.
    Melisssa16on July 04, 2008   Link

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