"Touch the Sun" as written by Jagger-bleu Rion Gonzales, Atsushi Miyamoto, Tim Neighbours and Michaeladams....
To live life in a dream, where everything is free, where its all there for the taking, if you believe, you believe. There's no need to wake you up, no need cause nothings real, so stay high up in the clouds and keep flying till... The sky is falling down, its falling down, its gonna bury you. The sky is falling down, its coming down on you. So you swallowed up the whole world, now you're hungry for the starts. Burnt your hand when you reached out to touch the sun, touch the sun. If illusions lead you stray, just dream them all the way, but when you wake, you'll see the sky is coming down... The sky is falling down, its falling now, its gonna bury you. The sky is falling down, its coming down on you. The sky is falling down, its falling down, its falling down, the sky is falling down, its coming down on you. Fly away, flay on wings that weigh you down, fly away , so far away. The sky is falling down its falling down. The sky is falling down, its coming down on you.


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    My InterpretationGreat song. It reminds me of Icarus, from Greek mythology. Icarus' father was Daedalus, a master craftsman known for creating the Labyrinth that King Minos kept the Minotaur in. In one version of their story, Daedalus and Icarus were locked into a tower, and Daedalus fastened together the feathers of birds with wax to create wings so that they might escape by flight. Before they flew, Daedalus warned his son not to fly too high, as the sun would melt the wax, nor too low, as the sea foam would drench the feathers. Icarus, unfortunately, did not heed this advice and flew too close to the sun, thus softening the wax on the feathers and causing his wings to fall apart. Icarus fell into the sea and drowned.
    Jeebyon September 27, 2011   Link

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