did you forget to read the signs:
posted on every corner?
polar bears have escaped
they are running throughout the town!
still you roll on, oblivious
you pack up all of your things
and you roll on, oblivious

wouldn't it be nice
if we could ignore all the signs
for just one day?
if we could break all of the rules
for just one day?

did you forget to read the signs:
sharks are creeping in today!
tired of eating fish!
in search of something more rewarding
still you roll on, oblivious
you pack up all of your things
and you roll on, oblivious

wouldn't it be nice
if we could ignore all the signs
for just one day
if we could break all of the rules
for just one day

for just one day
for just one day
for just one day

wouldn't it be nice
if we could ignore all the signs
for just one day
if we could fall in love and break rules
for just one day


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    General Commentwe pretend like everything and everyone out there ISN'T out there to hurt our souls. Yet, indeed the majority are. The devil comes as an angel of light, it's true - so appealing to the eye. The things that can hurt us most are the things we trust, all it would take is to read the signs and run away, but we roll on as if we don't see the "sharks" and "polar bears" running throughout our towns.

    Then comes the point - maybe we're just wanting to ignore the signs and break the rules? Yes - that's usually the issue. We're not programmed to ignore signs, but it's so easy to pretend that they're not there. This song can be referring to any aspect of Christians but i think it's specifically speaking about people who go about trying to "fall in love and break rules for just one day." (if you know what i mean).
    DjMosyon December 27, 2010   Link

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