"Bobblehead" as written by Greg Laswell, Erin Mccarley, Shaun Shankel and Jamie Kenney....
I just heard a plane
Fly over my place
Say that magic word
And take me far away
Maybe somewhere with rain
And an easier pace
A place with nothing due
Just me and you

Hey hey
C'mon you know we gotta let go
Hey hey
I wanna ride high
Hey hey
Don't stop until we blow the world away
Hold on tight baby lets fly to the moon tonight
Hey hey

The bobblehead on my dash
He's only doing half his dance
In these city streets
Where we can barely breathe
We need a winding road
And no, we shouldn't take it slow
Turn up the radio
DJ won't you play my song
So we can sing along

Hey hey
C'mon you know we gotta let go
Hey hey
I wanna ride high
Hey hey
Don't stop until we blow the world away
Hold on tight baby let's fly to the moon tonight
Hey hey

Let's drive away in the dark
We can let it all out
Trade the lights for stars
And leave behind this city


Lyrics submitted by jenshack21

"Bobble Head" as written by Erin Mccarley Shaun Shankel

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    Song MeaningI love how songs can mean different things. For example, I see that one can see this song as a soldier's letter to his city. He's remembering all the good that has been experienced there, while sitting in front of burning buildings in a desert war. He spies a child's toy soldier sitting on the ground near him with the neck frayed severely, thus resembling a bobblehead in the wind. It's a happy memory, and Erin laughs in the background. Now there are new memories, the gristly memories of war, caused by the inane implications of pride. He sees that there must be a policy change that will "blow the world away," this square world of straight and quick roads. There's nothing to do but "hold on tight." :)
    azneel128on March 10, 2010   Link

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