"How Loud Your Heart Gets" as written by and Jessica Wolfe Holly Laessig....
Oh our igloo house is bigger now
We've made each brick of ice like stone
It's a fort that can't be broken
A place no one would ever find us

We were children now we've grown
We were children now we've grown
Oh
We were children now we've grown
We were children now we've grown

Nobody knows how loud your heart gets
'Cause we're a million miles away but I still hear you
And I'm going going going going to get you

I'll tell you all my memories and you will tell me yours
The colors of my favorite trees before the winter's war
The reasons you and me should talk about the great unknown
Without the distance in between and all the obstacles we've known

The things we know we just don't know
The things we know we don't know
Oh
The things we know we just don't know
The things we know we don't know

Nobody knows how loud your heart gets
'Cause we're a million miles away but I still hear you
And I'm going going going going to get you

Yeah I'm going going going going to get you
Oh

Nobody knows how loud your heart gets
'Cause we're a million miles away but I still hear you
And I'm going going going going to get you

Yeah I'm going going going going to get you
Oh


Lyrics submitted by llscience, edited by Kuriouskat

"How Loud Your Heart Gets" as written by Jessica Wolfe Holly Laessig

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    My InterpretationA couple who love each other very much, far away from each other. Grew up together as kids (Perhaps Innuit? - my connection with Igloo and also Holly Laessig is perhaps of Danish descent???)

    Probably both had many other loves and relationships, loose and serious but mutally feel that they are the ones for each other because besides being physivally strongly attracted to each other, they both share a kind of spiritual connection. "The reasons why you and me should talk about the great unknown." "The things we know we don't know." And yet beneath all the everyday stuff, the Great unknown is far more important to some people.

    The more you study and think about things like the purpose of life and what happens after, unless you latch on to some mental belief system and close the doors to all other beliefs, "the things we know we don't know."

    They've tried to part for good but they pine for each other so badly that as she knows he feels the same, she is going to go and get him.

    Kuriouskaton September 12, 2014   Link

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