"Some Kind of Spark" as written by Thomas Michael Smith, Christopher Dominic Urbanowicz, Russell Leetch and Edward Owen Lay....
Some kind of spark
To burn down your house
Run to the hills
Live somewhere else

What kind of storm
Could flood a town
From where we are here
We can only look down

I don't care why you're here
I'll unlock the door
Pull you near

I don't care where you've been
Keep the bandages on
Making you clean
Keep you clean
Waaahhh

You watch from the hills
It burned to the ground
And left to yourself
You make no sound

If we close our eyes and count to ten
This will disappear and begin again

I don't care why you're here
I'll unlock the door
Pull you near

I won't tell them what you've seen
Keep the bandages on
Making you clean
Keep you clean
Waaahhh

I don't care why you're here
I'll unlock the door
Pull you near

I won't tell them where you've been
Keep the bandages on
Making you clean
Keep you clean
Waaahhh


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"Some Kind of Spark" as written by Edward Owen Lay Christopher Dominic Urbanowicz

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    General CommentGosh, no comments. Well, I guess I'm honoured to be the first one to write in for such a great song. Lovely drum beat in the verses.
    LOOKING INon July 31, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is lovely... I feel like it's about someone who lost there house to a fire? Maybe to a war... but I think more just a fire, losing their whole life, all their possessions. But I feel like he is singing as maybe a friend or lover that the person ends up with after the fire, after they return from the hospital. This line gets me every time:

    "I don't care why you're here
    I'll unlock the door
    Pull you near"

    The idea that he doesn't care why they are there, he is happy to have them & gives them a hug upon seeing them. I think that visual is just perfect.
    andtraceeon September 18, 2011   Link

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