"Feeling The Pull" as written by and Glen James Hansard....
Well I'm heading back
To pack a bag
To head out on the road
To take away what I know is mine

And I'm running down
Past the yellow house
With Joe into the breeze
Where no one seems to care

And I'm feeling the pull
Dragging me off again
And I'm feeling so small
Against the sky tonight

Well stories of an open line
And every time we work ourselves up into a rage

We smash and grab we pull the handle no one says
But everyone wants to be the one just climbing out

And I'm feeling the pull
Dragging me off again
And I'm feeling so small
Against that big sky tonight, tonight yeah

And I'm feeling the pull
Dragging me off again
And I'm feeling so small
Against the big sky tonight

And I'm feeling the pull
Dragging me on again
And I'm feeling so small
Against the big moon sky tonight, tonight oh


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"Feeling the Pull" as written by Glen James Hansard Glen Hansard

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    General CommentThe song seems like it might have been influenced by The Third Policeman, written by Flann O'brien. In which Joe is the name given to the protagonists soul. Also the reference to 'pull the handle' seems apt. Give the book a read, see if you agree, if not, its still a great book.
    kingharvest88on December 31, 2009   Link
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    General Commentit's all about the feeling of wanting to go out into the night and have a good time. this song sounds absolutely magic live
    areyouwatchingcloselyon November 15, 2009   Link

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