I wear this body like it bears no soul,
for hours it walks the streets until
it's sent off to sleep.
I wear this body like it has no home;
it's so easy to lose your way when every city feels the same.
What if we get to the sky and this was all a lie,
this was all a dream?
For twenty years you've just been asleep.
I wear this body like it knows these roads
and as I lay me down to sleep I pray some grace my soul will keep.
I know that you know how the weather will change
but this atmosphere that you create
will stay the same whether I change.
From this side of the sea it's all just a myth to me. 

It's not a dream, I do believe.





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Transcendental Weather song meanings
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    General CommentThe lyrics "as I lay me down to sleep, I pray some grace my soul will keep" are similar to that of a children's bedtime prayer which starts with "Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep." I'm not sure what you can make of that...

    "What if we get to the sky and this was all a lie, this was all a dream?"
    It sounds like the "sky" is referring to Heaven. Perhaps he is questioning his beliefs, then later in the song he answers the question with "It's not a dream, I do believe.


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    blondy269on August 01, 2009   Link

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