"No One Knew Where We Were" as written by Eric Pulido, Paul Alexander, Eric Nichelson, Tim Smith and Mckenzie Smith....
One gigantic heart
Just refused to start
And now that the world's behind me
I'll lay here quite joyfully

We went for a walk
To enjoy the day
Distracted by a bluebird
We looked the other way

Well, both of them
Struck both of us
Upside the head
It made us dead
And no one knew where we were

Face up in a field
Flowers at our heels
Quickly comfort finds us
And takes us away from here

Well, both of them
Struck both of us
Upside the head
It made us dead
And no one knew where we were

Well, both of them
Struck both of us
Upside the head
It made us dead
And no one knew where we were
No one knew where we were



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"No One Knew Where We Were" as written by Eric Pulido Eric Nichelson

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    General CommentBest Song Ever.
    Exit_Musicon November 08, 2007   Link
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    General Commentchill out turbo.
    This song is pretty straight forward.
    or at least it sounds like it.
    I don't have any actual take on it, other then it's great.
    Exit_Musicon March 24, 2009   Link
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    General Commentit may be the best song ever...
    but why?
    please give your actual take on the song next time instead of some broad statement like that.

    But anyways, it seems like this song may be from the perspective of two people who are killed and now in death they are finding some sort of peace. but no one really knows where their bodies are because they were killed on a hike or something.
    DenverBoundon February 26, 2009   Link

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