"Somewhere In The Sky" as written by and Bert/rehbein Kaempfert....
Another beautiful morning
The sun seems a little brighter today
It's my reward for stepping into the moment
As I am seizing the day

I'm soaring now somewhere in the sky
The rush of air never wanting to come down
There's nothing that I've ever felt like
Learning how to fly
I'm learning how to fly

The freedom to be in the moment
The reason for making a memory
Never wasting all that comes my way
As I take what I see
I thank God for our freedom
There's nothing wrong with enjoying things in life
Spread the word that a smile's not beyond us
This is a call to act and seize your day

Lyrics submitted by fite_4_Christ, edited by pideltajah

"Somewhere in the Sky" as written by Herbert Rehbein Bert Kaempfert


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    General CommentCarpe Diem.. Seize the Day lol....I dunno...I think its about stepping into God's plans and how it feels so awesome even though it can be absolutely frightening and at the end "there's nothing wrong with enjoying things in life" is like "being where we arent isnt boring its not just a bunch of words and rules...theres something more" I dunno.. Awesome Song
    Tourniquet_faunson October 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentsimilarly, I think it's about your first hours as a broan again christian. It's such an awesome feeling and a "rush" but it is also somewhat scary, some people see it as a risk..until you really get to know God and replace your will with His.
    rockstar_reactionon October 09, 2007   Link
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    General Commentborn again**
    rockstar_reactionon October 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAnother great song off of a great album. I never thought about this song from the perspective of being born again, but I can see where you would get that. I interpret the song as both living life to the fullest and living life according to God's ways at the same time. I think he's saying that the two don't have to be two separate things (the last four lines). I think "learning how to fly" means learning how to live a full life in God's ways.
    fireToSteel0423on September 24, 2008   Link

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