Staring at the horizon, it's all coming clear to me
For they said that they never would, doubted they ever would be here to see
Floating around in the stratosphere
Tied to my tin studded chair, a mere hundred thousand feet above everything I know

Looking up at the heavens, there's nothing that I can't see
For who knows what there is out there, as darkness and time merge with history
The Earth looks divine from my seat up here
The moon seems to shine like a bulb, a mere hundred thousand feet above
Everything I know

But now I've got to jump, I've got to jump
I've got to jump, I've got to jump
I've got to jump, I've got to jump, I've got to jump

So I unbuckle my belt and I sign off from all those at flight control
As I stand in the gondola and lower myself through the exit hole
My heart beats so loud in my pressure suit
I hope that they'll be proud as I parachute a hundred thousand feet back to everything I know

And now I'm falling down, I'm falling down
I'm falling down, I'm falling down
I'm falling down, I'm falling down, I'm falling down
I'm falling down, I'm falling down
I'm falling down, I'm falling down, I'm falling down
I'm falling down, I'm falling down
I'm falling down, I'm falling down, I'm falling

I glide to ground and it breaks my fall
I'm so glad to be with you all
Oh, back to everything I know, yeah
Back to everything I know


Lyrics submitted by BleedorBreathe

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