"Head up in the Clouds" as written by Jonathan Robert Coghill, John Andrew Collins, Bernard Joseph Fanning, Ian David Haug and Darren Stuart Middleton....
Everyday feels the same
The bomb keeps ticking 'till the routine breaks
Anyway's the same for you
Break another glass then I come to the rescue

Paint yourself into this picture
Wait there for the blast to hit you

Will you come back down, head up in the clouds?

Everday fills in time
Four red cars in a super good red line
Anyway to break on through
Make another mess and I come to the rescue

If you lay a finger on him
He'll scream his lungs out without warning

Will you come back down, head up in the clouds?

First you made me stumble
Then you made me fall
I'm holding up the tumbling walls



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"Head Up in the Clouds" as written by Darren Stuart Middleton Bernard Joseph Fanning

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    General CommentThis song was inspired by the book 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime', by Mark Haddon.

    It's about how time still goes on, even if you're not watching it. And if you do (or try to), it hits you, and you are thrown off balance.
    PirateXxEsqueon July 25, 2008   Link

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