"To the Sky" as written by Simon Gallup, Robert James Smith, Porl Thompson, Laurence Andrew Tolhurst and Boris Williams....
One perfect morning
I was all alone
Listening to
The blaze of summer

Drifting, I was falling
I was floating in a golden haze
Breathing in the sky blue sounds
Of memories of other days

And in my dreams I was a child
Flowers in my mouth and in my eyes
And I was floating through the colors of a sky
Up to the stars and angels

Up, up, up to Heaven
Up, up, up forever
Up, up, up to Heaven
Up, up, up forever

Turning in my climb
I looked down on a lake
Traced upon the water
There I saw your face

Sang in recollection
Of the times we shared
Then pushed on ever upward
To the sky

And in my dreams I was a child
Flowers in my mouth and in my eyes
And I was floating through the colors of a sky
Up to the stars and angels

Up, up, up to Heaven
Up, up, up forever
Up, up, up to Heaven
Up, up, up forever


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"To the Sky" as written by Laurence Andrew Tolhurst Boris Williams

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    General CommentI guess the song is about someone who is dead but is happy about since it "a perfect morning...floating in a golden haze" and his spirit is floating up to heaven and on his way there he checks in one last time with the person he loved as a child...? Really bizarre song but the melody is catchy as hell.
    Nailerkon November 05, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti agree with Nailerk, but i dont think it was someone whom they had loved as a child, i think they just feel like a child, since they are now dead and forever free. And on their way up to heaven they want to take one last look at their love almost to reassure them that they are ok...if that makes sense...well its a beautiful song...absolutely gorgeous...love the box set...
    curefanx13xon December 29, 2004   Link

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