"Blue Heaven" as written by and Adam Burbank/mascherino Lazzara....
Two sides twist and then collide
You're coming off the guard, I'm coming through (am I coming through)
A torturous condition to a spin cycled submission
You know sometimes it just feels better to give in
(Sometimes it just feels better to give in)

And it's all too familiar and it happens all the time
All the cards begin to stack up
Twisting heartache into fine little pieces that avoid an awful crime
But it's you I can't deny

Though he rises from the sheets above the patient boy and a jealous man
(Am I coming)
But double standard off suspicion is remedied, oh, my blue heaven
Sometimes it just feels better to give in
(Sometimes it just feels better to give in)

And it's all too familiar and it happens all the time
All the cards begin to stack up
Twisting heartache into fine little pieces that avoid an awful crime
But it's you I can't deny

We swing and we sway
As this tiny voice in my head starts to sing
You're safe, child, you are safe
(You're safe, child, you are safe)
You're safe, child, you are safe

We swing and we sway
As this tiny voice in my head starts to sing,
You're safe, child, you are safe
You're safe, child, you are

Safe (safe) (safe) you are safe
We swing and we sway
As this tiny voice in my head starts to sing
You're safe, child, you are safe
(Am I, coming through)

Is this all too familiar, does it happen all the time?
I'm just asking you to hear me
Could you please just once just hear me?
More than anything, you wanted to be right
So it's you, you, it's you I can't deny
(You I can't deny)
It's you I can't deny


Lyrics submitted by zeeke_19

"My Blue Heaven" as written by Edward Reyes Adam Burbank Lazzara

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General Commentthis is what i hear when i listen to this song:

    there are two people who kind of have a past together, but its been on and off [two sides twist and then collide]. one of them breaks down and tells the other everything [you’re calling off the guards, im coming through]. this person has been through a lot of shit and its made his or her life crazy and almost unbearable [adulterous condition to a spin cycled submission]. By confiding in their friend, they stir up all these feelings that have been put aside, and the friend tries not to fall for this person again but decides sometimes it just feels better to give in.

    the friend has always loved him or her though, and its never worked quite like they wanted. [and its all too familiar, and it happens all the time]. Every time, the friend ends up heartbroken [all the cards begin to stack up, twisting heartache into fine little pieces]. (Not sure about the awful crime. Probably refers to suicide but that doesn’t quite fit here.) But they’ll always love this person and this person will always be in the back of their mind [but its you I cant deny].

    The friend tries to be patient but finds him/herself wanting this person more and more [both a patient boy, well and a jealous man]. They keep wondering if the other person will realize how great it would be if they were together for real [am I coming….through?].

    The friend tries to convince him/herself that it will be ok. They hope and pray that it will work the way they want it to, but know that no matter what happens, they will always be close and it will be ok. They’re safe.
    anonymous3333on April 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWow, Ima first? COOL! Well, all I have to say is that I love this song! Its soo mello and so soft I really like the part that he says, "Your're safe, child, you are safe"
    I think its about him having sextual relations with a girl, " Dull heat rises from the sheets" and getting her pregnant, "As this tiny voice in... You're safe, child, you are safe"
    And how he he loves them both, "Its you I can't deny" That he loves the child but he really can't deny her and that he sticking around cause of her.
    *gabriela*on June 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about cheating. He is cheating on his gf with another girl, but he is still suspicious of other men in her life. Well that's what the line "My double standardized suspicion" makes me think.
    pull_the_triggeron June 15, 2006   Link
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    General Commentjust to let you know the chorus from this song are exactly the same lyrics as the breaking pangaea (fred's old band) song wedding dress

    "And it's all too familiar
    And it happens all the time
    All the cards begin to stack up,
    Twisting heartache into fine
    Little pieces that avoid an awful crime,
    But it's you I can't deny"
    ledzeppellin222222on June 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is called "My Blue Heaven" and it's already posted.
    fivergirlon July 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think that song is about a guy had a brake up with his girlfriend but even though thier exs he still always thinks about her and he still cares about her
    DejaYou217on July 07, 2006   Link
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    General Commenthey guys sorry maybe this is makin it more emo than it really is but i tend to do that sometimes...

    could this song possibly be about a girlfriend/best friend saving them from suicide??? the "you're safe child, you are safe" supports that and the combination of all the "am i coming through?"s may mean that possibly someone in heaven is waiting for him but he can't bring himself to actually do the deed...maybe because "the cards...to avoid the awful crime" don't many look at suicide as a heinous crime???

    idk but wutever its about this song really speaks to me and stirs feelings that i never knew i had...i
    emoontheinside77on July 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. I have been reading through other comments about this new CD, and I have to say, I really disagree with everyone. After a few days of listenting to this CD, I love it as much as I do the last two. It has a great sound to it, there are a lot of different styles presented, and the lyrics are just as catchy.

    It seems to me that it is about death and possibly suicide as well. I am anxious to hear what others have to say as well.
    lion_crazzon July 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI LOVE THIS SONG. ITS AMAZING. I LOVE IT I LOVE IT I LOVE IT.
    xxmusic.loveee.on July 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentTHIS SONG IS MY NEW FAV! It is so lush and woderful! I especially love the lines....
    "And it's all too familiar
    And it happens all the time.
    All the cards begin to stack up twisting heartache into fine little pieces that avoid an awful crime
    But it's you I can't deny"

    Wow, so beautifully wirtten...
    I think that this particular song is one that has many meanings, this is one of those rare songs that can take on different meanings at the samt time. THough the lines I said above, I think this is what they mean....

    I think they are getting back together, making mistakes and not fixing them, but just keep moving on, having sex etc...they know they can't be together, that it's just not supposed to happen, but they keep falling in love with one another and giving into their feelings instead of parting ways like they think they should--"Sometimes it jsut feels better to give in, and it's all too familiar and it happens all the time" -------"All the cards begin to stack up twisting heartache into fine little pieces that avoid an awful crime, but it's you I can't deny" meaning that it's easier to give in again and be with one another then do what's best and break up, even though that is the hardest thing to do, so they avoid all of that pain and stick togehter as shown here"Little pieces that avoid an awful crime"....it's really a sad song, but beautifully written, one of TBS's best
    addict4dramaticson August 07, 2006   Link

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