"Picture Of Perfect Youth" as written by Grant Nicholas, Taka Hirose and Jon Lee....
Left out in the sun to dry again
Washed up on a shore line south of Spain
Gazing up with telescopic eyes
Planetary life above the skies

Oh my god, she's my obsession, my obsession
Here she comes, she's a picture of perfect youth
Here she comes, lifting me up to the moon
Here she comes, she's a picture of perfect youth
Here she comes

Drifting on a boat in emerald seas
Pulling on the strings inside of me
Tasting salt as waves dive over me
Twisting on a rope of memories

Oh my god, she's my obsession, my obsession
Here she comes, she's a picture of perfect youth
Here she comes, lifting me up to the moon
Here she comes, she's a picture of perfect youth
Here she comes

If you could only see that I'm sinking like a stone
The sea is getting colder every second as I go
It's like breathing underwater but I just can't let you go

She's my obsession, my obsession
She's my obsession, my obsession
Here she comes, she's a picture of perfect youth
Here she comes, lifting me up to the moon
Here she comes, she's a picture of perfect youth
Here she comes

Here she comes, she's a picture of perfect youth
Here she comes, lifting me up to the moon
Here she comes, she's a picture of perfect youth
Here she comes




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"Picture of Perfect Youth" as written by Jon Lee Grant Nicholas

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    General CommentSeems to me that this is about how much he admires this person and looks up to her (Gazing up with telescopic eyes) but it kills him that he can't have her (If you could only see, that im sinking like a stone, the sea is getting colder, every second that I go) or maybe that he used to have her, but can't get over their relationship.
    tommyhaychon May 08, 2007   Link

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