"A Soft Place To Land" as written by John Roderick and Katleen Edwards....
Calling it quits
You think this is easy
I swear I hurt
You call in the jury
Call it a catch
Without any strings attached

Well I'm looking for a soft place to land
The forest floor
The palms of your hands
I'm looking for a soft place to land

I call it an ace
You've gotta believe me
But you're calling me names
And not to my face
But you're calling my spade
A bluff without calling it off

I'm looking for a soft place to land
The forest floor
The palms of your hands
I'm looking for a soft place to land

Call me in the night
I don't mind
I don't care
I can't sleep

Call me in the day
In my car
On my way

Call me by my name
All I want is to hear you say

I'm looking for a soft place to land
The forest floor
The palms of your hands
I'm looking for a soft place to land
The forest floor
The palms of your hands
The palms of your hands
The palms of your hands


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"A Soft Place to Land" as written by John Roderick Kathleen Margaret Edwards

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    My InterpretationVery sad and almost remorseful lyrics . . . wishing for a new life--perhaps even a savior. Lyrics represent sadness yet a cry for hope. Interesting that a card game is used throughout. At the end, is there a winner? Is any landing "soft?"
    jdbjdbon September 13, 2013   Link

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