"Fall" as written by Thomas Michael Smith, Christopher Dominic Urbanowicz, Russell Leetch and Edward Owen Lay....
Test your head
To see if somethings good
Write on walls
To give me some kind of proof

It's easy to run away
Or else I will fall into you
It's easy to run away
Or else I will fall into you

Save your heart
That's all you have
Finish what you start
And get your empty facts

Its easy to run away
Or else I will fall into you
It's easy to run away
Or else I will fall into you

I'll be here telling no one
I'll be here falling away
Into all these spaces
Wait right here telling no one
Wait right here to show them the way
Into all these spaces

Test your head
To see if somethings good
Write on walls
To give me some kind of proof

It's easy to run away
Or else I will fall into you
It's easy to run away
Or else I will fall into you
Or else I will fall into you
Or else I will fall into you

I'll be here telling no one
I'll be here falling away
Into all these spaces
Wait right here telling no one
Wait right here to follow the way
Into all these spaces


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"Fall" as written by Hal St. John Cherrie Anderson

Lyrics © SENTRIC MUSIC

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    General CommentTo me, this is a snidely lyrical piece from the perspective of a lover whose interests/emotions are not fully returned. The 'you' in the song is afraid of loving too deeply or becoming too attached - enforced by the lines, "It's easy to run away/Or else I will fall into you" and "Save your heart/That's all you have."

    The verse, "I'll be here telling no one/I'll be here falling away/Into all these spaces/Wait right here telling no one.." gives me the impression that these two are friends with 'benefits' or in some similar position where no one else knows what's going on between them beneath the surface.

    The song's 'I,' or narrator, wants something more - some kind of proof that what he/she feels is real, that there's something there worth trying for. The song's 'you' is resistant, probably due to being over analytical ("Test your head/To see if something's good").

    That's my two cents. I really love this song and wish there had been more from both Denali and Ambulette. Ah well.
    virtuallypainlesson November 19, 2007   Link

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