"Fall" as written by and Kimberley Isaac H. Moyes....
Come, come closer now lover
Y'know I need you next to me
Eyes across the room can feel so far away
All desires I feel, I don't have the words to say
Baby, when you're near, you get me close to it

In your arms I'll fall
All the way to hell
Like two soft bodies
In those arms I found my love
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Fall, all the way down
Like two soft bodies
In this hell we found our heaven
Oh oh oh oh

Darling it was on a night like this
I remember we first touched
Fearless in the face of all hostilities
And on this runaway train, only need you next to me
Speeding as we watch them fade to history

In your arms I'll - fall - all the way to hell
Like two soft bodies
Cause in those arms, I found my love
Oh oh oh oh
Fall, all the way down
Like two soft bodies
In this hell we found our heaven
Oh oh oh oh
All, all the way to hell
Like two soft bodies
In this hell we found our heaven, heaven, heaven in it
(All the) (All the)
Oh oh oh oh

Let's fall, all the way to hell
Like two soft bodies
In your arms I found my love
Oh oh oh oh
We fall, all the way down
Like two soft bodies
In this hell we found our heaven, heaven, heaven


Lyrics submitted by 60_miles_an_hour, edited by daveydaveson

"Fall" as written by Kimberley Moyes

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    My InterpretationGorgeous song. I think it's talking about someone you love and how they make you feel.
    60_miles_an_houron December 20, 2012   Link
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    General CommentIn my opinion, it talks about a person who has been in a relationship, probably a long one and he feels bored/trapped or simply thinks that his feelings towards an old partner have burnt out. On the other hand, he has met someone new and they have experienced some great moments together (heaven). Unfortunately, the narrator was still in an old relationship which he hadn't enough courage (?) to end up or was still hesitating at that moment whether he wants to stay with the old partner (and old life). So, the narrator was unfaithful to someone and to a certain point he is aware of his actions. That's why he calls it hell. He knows he has done something terrible, but he couldn't help himself. When he opened new door (love affair, new love), he probably closed the old one (old relationship). He hasn't done it the right way, but when you decide to cheat on someone, you don't think about the consequences so much, it's just a moment, you just want to seize the day.
    All those hostilities are probably factors from his old life like e.g. friends/family who try to convince him to come to his senses, his old partner left behind or new factors who appear when he decides to start a new relationship (the impossibility of being together because of long distance that divides them, their old careers, work commitments).
    A moral: don't cheat. Ever! And don't let you Id take control over your mind and body.
    iknovvmoreon February 14, 2013   Link
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    Song MeaningThis song is about being in a long distance relationship. The two lovers have such a history that they can accept falling all the way to hell during their time apart because they can reminisce on memories of being together and how incredible it felt the night they fell in love. They found their heaven in that hell because the time apart has made their relationship stronger and more intense... wait, scratch that, it's about coke. Yep, it's a gnarly coke addiction for sure... that makes sense now that I hear it for a second time. still a good song though.
    LonelyJoeon May 16, 2013   Link
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    General CommentLove as both heaven and hell, in which the lover sees he is losing control, yet rushes headlong, taking his partner with him into utter abandon that both frees and terrifies him.
    lyciumchldon October 16, 2013   Link

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