"Blue Sky" as written by Jakub Klis and Wojciech Wisniewski....
The blue sky (blue sky)
The blue sky (blue sky)
The blue sky (blue sky)
The blue sky

I find it hard to breathe
As life just eats away
At the faces that surround me
They look tired today
The lady at my table
Doesn´t want me here
I just want to talk to her

But would she laugh at my accent
And make fun of me
Oh, it doesn´t seem like this
Blue sky´s here for me

There are no girls in here
As far as I can see
Only pin-up posters
Looking down at me
Watching papercups of coffee
Growing cold before my eyes
All the things I see
That make me realize

I´m in this big world without you
Nothing to my name
Oh, I never knew that
Blue sky meant such pain

The blue sky (blue sky)
The blue sky (blue sky)
The blue sky (blue sky)
The blue sky

I´m dying to be different
In the coffee shop
I´ve lived on borrowed strength
Now my supplies are cut
Though I´m older than my looks
And older than my years
I´m too young to take on
My deepest fears

Oh, I used to be confused
But now I just don´t know
Since you left I´ve been watching
Blue skies come and go
(Blue sky)
Since you left I´ve been watching
Blue skies come and go
(Blue sky)


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"The Blue Sky" as written by Wojciech Wisniewski Jakub Klis

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    Song MeaningBlue Sky is about a guy who has broken up with his girlfriend - most likely because he thought she was not attractive enough for him - but now the Blue Sky (a-ha's turn of a phrase for "the grass is always greener on the other side") isn't so blue.

    He sits at a table across from a beautiful girl, but he's too intimidated to talk to her, at the very least because he's afraid she'll think he sounds funny since he speaks with an accent.

    The restaurant he's in obviously has shared tables and is typically a pick-up joint, but all he can see are gorgeous women - in his opinion too gorgeous for him to approach - so he just sits and drinks cup after cup of coffee (or something).

    He's young and doesn't have much money - things that the girlfriend he dumped didn't mind - but which are things that he realizes most women are going to expect from him.

    So he continues to lament that he left his girlfriend.
    traincollectoron July 02, 2014   Link

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