"I'm Falling" as written by and Alistair Ian Stewart....
It's Sunday afternoon and it's raining,
I m falling
Color sections, pastel blue, an empty church, a movie queue
And I'm falling

Watching you moving around
Taking the time
To get a proper look
It seems as though I've never really looked at you

Get up, put the kettle on, make us some tea
I'm falling
If we've got some biscuits left, please bring one for me,
I'm just falling

Spending the whole day in bed
Wasting our time
In such a gentle way
We hardly need to say a word, it's just okay

And already the sun has gone, and it's growing dark outside,
I can see your face reflected in the red electric firelight,
And our shadow is an embryo
That slowly comes to life

And as it moves across the wall
It seems to feel the fire of living
Growing stronger as it climbs
To shiver in a blaze

Across the ceiling
And the soundless crash of the sea
Fills the room with the scent of the breeze
And the waves break over

The beach of our bodies
As you reach your fingers out to me

Why don't we take the whole of next week off work,
We're falling
You can say you don't feel well, you caught a cold or something,
We're just falling

We can get out of town
Taking the time
To let it all work out
The hour glass is turning, every second counts

I'm falling
I'm falling
I'm falling

Moving around inside a dream today
Falling for you in such a special way


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"I'm Falling" as written by Alistair Ian Stewart

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