"Boomerang" as written by Gianni Luminati, Ryan Marshall, Sarah Nicole Blackwood and Jarrad Kritzstein....
I'm not supposed to miss you, cause you're not coming back. And I wish I never kissed you, so what do you think of that? What did I get myself into?
In the back of my mind there will always be the catch and throw away.
But this moment's got me thinking I could reach you. And I'm waking up alone and echo the song sung yesterday and begging you to come back home.

Cause you're my boomerang. My repititous twist of fate. But unexpectedly this time you don't come back to me. Still you go on and on for someone else.

This back and forth gets me going around and round. And I'm so worn out and dizzy while you knock the good ones down. Now I want to know the truth- do you even miss you?

Cause in the back of my mind I could always feel the push and pull away. And now I can see that you were leaving me.

When you're my boomerang and I tried so hard to make you stay. Without a doubt I see this time you won't come back to me.

So fly, fly, fly like a bird in the atmosphere. Glide, glide let the breeze you're feeling take you there. Fly away from me.

In the back of my mind there'll always be the catch and throw away. But this time I'll let it fly and not try to reach you. Because getting up alone will help me grow my own pair of wings and the time has come for me to fly.

Oh boomerang,I'm down to let you go, cause you're my boomerang. And the fun we had was all in vain. But unexpectedly this time you won't come back to me. Still you go on and on for someone, go on and on for someone else.

Fly, Fly, Fly like a bird in the atmosphere. Glide, glide let the breezed you're feeling take you there. Ride, ride on the wind the gets you out of here. Fly away from me.



Lyrics submitted by tennisplyr3515

"Boomerang" as written by Sarah Blackwood Jarrad Kritzstein

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    General Commentnice job with the lyrics tennisplyr.

    i don't care much for this song. the lyrics are pretty good but the music sounds like maroon 5. mae has been nothing but a disappointment since after the everglow.
    michaelscarnon February 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI really love this song. They're developing their own sound, not adapting another's. I've really liked the last few songs that they've released--"Embers and Envelopes" (new version), "Somewhere," "The House That Fire Built," and lastly, "Boomerang"! Boomerang sounds really different from old Mae, but I still think that it's great. :)
    Highly anticipating the next few songs from Mae! :D
    betaLyraeon February 15, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think DB and Everglow is their "own sound" I think what they are doing now is still unique but I like their older sound much better. a good song nonetheless.
    donnyz89on February 23, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI really disagree that DB and Everglow is what identifies Mae. I mean, I can understand that those albums are very in touch with Mae's original ideal, what with the combination of multipe senses and the sound in general being very identifiable, but I found Singularity to be an amazing step forward for them in so far as making music that varies. you can't say you haven't listened to Everglow and had all the songs blend together. That was the idea right, but as great as the songs are, they seem to alike. As for these recent songs, they vary incredibly, and I think that's because of how they're developing them, one by one rather than an album all at once.

    Boomerang is very different from a lot of older Mae stuff. But it's definitely still them. I don't think they are actively trying to change their sound for any reason other than to try to push their boundaries.
    lasttransmissionon August 24, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think Mae have done a stand up job recovering from the departure of Rob Sweitzer (keyboardist). His absence was pretty obvious on Singularity, but they've managed more than adequately on (m)orning.

    Also, I love how this goes right into Two Birds. Beautiful song.
    tommyhaychon November 02, 2009   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionWhen he says "So fly, fly, fly like a bird in the atmosphere" I think he's inventing a new word: "atmosfire". Pretty.
    nothin7on October 20, 2010   Link

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