"Gravity" as written by and Joshua David Joplin....
I will not be here forever
So I will not waste any time
Just pick my head up off the bar dear
Buy the next round
I'll be fine
Spoken like a poet
Who's just too drunk to know that
Everybody falls in small degrees
Everybody falls in small degrees
That's gravity

Here within lies the king of Graceland
Which makes the point all too clear
We stand in long lines
Praying our peace
And go home with a souvenir
Only fools rush in
To save a desperate man
Everybody falls in small degrees
Everybody falls in small degrees
That's gravity

Pull me down, don't pull me down
Pull me down, don't pull me down

When I was little
I used to dream that I had a cape
And I could fly
I'd rescue my friends from burning buildings
No one would ever die
Costumes fade fast
And super powers pass
Everybody falls in small degrees
Everybody falls in small degrees
That's gravity


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"Gravity" as written by Joshua David Joplin

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    General CommentThis is the classic "life is gravity" metaphor done well.

    "Pull me down, don't pull me down
    Pull me down, don't pull me down"

    People screw up....bad things sometimes happen. Get over it.
    outsidelookinginon November 02, 2007   Link

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