"Vertigo" as written by and David Wyndorf....
Leaning from the balcony
As if without a care
Wondering should I take the fall
Of should I take the stairs
Have I already fallen over
And now spinning in the air
I don't know
'Cause I'm in this vertigo

Leaning from a precipice
That only love would dare
Spinning in a gravity
That only love could bear
Were I to tumble from this cloudy high
How would I fare
Take it slow
I'm in this vertigo

Take me down
Down to where the rain falls
Down where the rain can wash away this high
I feel I've gone
Beyond the edge and falling
Falling like tears that turn to snow
Falling in this vertigo

Leaning from the balcony
Above the interstate
Will I come around too soon
Or will it be too late
Surely there's only one direction I could go at this rate
Down below
I'm in this vertigo

Take me down
Down to where the rain falls
Down where the rain can wash away this high
I feel I've gone
Beyond the edge and falling
Falling like tears that turn to snow
Falling in this vertigo

If I had my way, I woul,d stay up here forever
And never look down
But surely it will come, 'cause I've always had that feeling
Of rushing the ground
Rushing the ground

Leaning from the balcony
As if without a care
Wondering should I take the fall
Of should I take the stairs

Take me down
Down to where the rain falls
Down where the rain can wash away this high
I feel I've gone
Beyond the edge and falling
Falling like tears that turn to snow
Falling in this vertigo


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"Vertigo" as written by David Wyndorf

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