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there's a hole in my heart
where you fell out
and a hole in my soul
was filled with doubt
and no one's excited
cause the worst was expected
they had me convinced you looked for me
they all still pretend that we would be
dancing in the clouds
the joy, the times
good bye to rainy days
how's it supposed to feel once all you thought had died?
keep looking back at how i held on to your lies
i won't ask the questions anymore
when your answers are all rehearsed and forced
and no one's excited
cause the worst was expected
i struggle to work with what was left
from the deal of a lifetime off my chest
dancing in the clouds
the joy, the times
good bye to rainy days
how's it supposed to feel once all you thought had died?
keep looking back at how i held on to your lies
i held on to your lies
no one will feel this way.
there's a hole in my heart
where you fell out
when the hole in my soul
was filled with doubt
and no one's excited
cause the worst was expected



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    General CommentNot exactly sure about the specific meaning but definately involves him losing a loved one in some manner.

    Is one of the greatest songs I have heard in ages - just sounds so raw and emotional - Ben Kenney is definately one of the most underrated bassists out there!
    lpuk5755on February 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about..that the worst was expected in the relationship, but he loved her and had good times "dancing in the clouds" but in the back of his mind, he knew it would end..and how..he wanted the best of it all but she only gave the worst. I love this song..I'm so glad he's a part of Incubus also. Such a vital person..so talented and awesome!
    incubusownsall12on March 09, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyawn
    aeriedreamson January 27, 2011   Link

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