Houses to houses,
Sinks and walls and floors,
Windows to hallways,
Closed and open doors.

Softly,
They creep softly.
Lost, we
Have now lost these.

Cover your eyes with the paper clothes
That you stole from paper sheep.
Tracing their jumps on the paper sky
Where you fall the papers sleep.

Fallin',
We're always fallin'.
Callin',
"Hey come back, lost things!"

Ahhh, oh my God!
Ahhh, oh my God!

Summer was once where
the whitest winter breathes.
I know it's somewhere,
Hidden right behind our teeth.

Come and,
Come and called it.
Caught it
And then we lost it.


Lyrics submitted by spectracide, edited by Billkropp

Sleepwalking song meanings
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    My InterpretationIt's 'sinks and walls and floors.'
    'Lost we, now have lost these.'
    'widest winter breeze.'
    'right behind our teeth.'

    [: Excellent otherwise.

    I think this song is about being in a fantasy land, "Frenzyland", with someone and just being happy.
    kaijaroseon October 12, 2011   Link
  • 0
    Lyric CorrectionI think it should be "the widest winter breeze."
    Bubbaganoushon May 06, 2011   Link

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