Float by open windows
What a shipwreck, what a shipwreck
Circles running through my veins
With the vates set with the vates set

See the lines, see the lines
I start feeling
When I'm lost, when I'm lost
theres no meaning
call it this, call it this
Spinning sideways and never stops

Lines in the sky
Calling me out, calling me out
Constant collide
Calling me out, calling me out

Float by open windows
What a shipwreck, what a shipwreck
Glass flies all around me
Now my veins let, now my veins let

Lines in the sky
Calling me out, calling me out
Constant collide
Calling me out, calling me out

Call to the trees
There are ways no one sees
(x2)

Lines in the sky
Calling me out, calling me out
Constant collide
Calling me out, calling me out


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    General Comment'This song is about seeing beyond what is apparent. It's about life behind life, visions beyond the canvas. Within the realm of knowledge, danger lurks through questions being answered. When this occurs, the spectrum and capacity in our minds becomes temporarily filled, but induces our senses to thirst in asking more questions. A cycle that causes enlightenment to become an unquenchable obsession, thus never satisfying our desire for wisdom and knowledge. The hope is the idea that our minds are simply built not for knowledge but for faith. A surpassing wisdom comes within our abilities to except our in-capabilities of our bordered minds, and derive directly off of the mystery and incomprehensible glory of Christ. Within this, we find our hearts and minds reaching out in a multidimensional effort which draws us closer to an understanding of the personality of our creator.' - Falling Up
    tenshi372on November 08, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwhere do you get these falling up quotes
    JesusFreak007on April 26, 2010   Link

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