"From The Clouds" as written by and Jack Hody Johnson....
Oh you're such a pretty thing
I'll take you and I'll make you all mine
I would steal you from this patient world let it chase us
It could never take you back

We could watch it from the clouds
We can't stop it anyhow
It's not ours
We could watch it from the clouds
We can't stop it anyhow
It's not ours
It's not all ours

I know you know me well enough
To know I'm lucky to have you
But oh, it's just the little things
The words that I should tell you all the time

Like you're so sweet to me
When you beat me in double solitaire
You're so sweet to me
In a world that's not always fair

We could watch it from the clouds
We can't stop it anyhow
It's not ours

We could watch it from the clouds
We can't stop it anyhow
It's not ours

The more love that you feel
The more your little heart will ache
Love is the only thing that carries on
It's the only thing this world can't take
This love is ours
This love is ours
This love is ooh
This love is ooh

Oh, you're such a pretty thing
I'll take you and I'll make you all mine


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"From the Clouds" as written by Jack Hody Johnson

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    General CommentLove the upbeat tone.
    v.spartanon July 12, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about not being able to control the world (like the physical separation of death), but their love will be eternal.
    I always laugh at
    "Like you're so sweet to me
    When you beat me
    In double solitaire"
    I love how Jack always includes the little things in life.
    aprilshoweron January 01, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThis is about love in its prime!
    mfyallon May 26, 2015   Link

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