Falling through the floor
With the friend I had before
Grabbing at straws
So the holes don't slow me down
Coming up next
The lizard and the text
Showing me the ropes
Don't be giving up your hopes
Trickle downstream
With the underwater steam
[Push/Fish] on the side
He's a looking for a dream

She's The One for me
She's The One for me
She's The One for me
She's The One for me
(She's The One for me x repeated)

Falling through the floor
With the friend I had before
Grabbing at straws
So the holes don't slow me down
Coming up next
The lizard and the text
Showing me the ropes
Don't be giving up your hopes
Trickle downstream
With the underwater steam
[Push/Fish] on the side
He's a looking for a dream
Give up the try
For the everlasting life
Never grew upside
So I keep it all inside
Fat girl ticklelish
Crazy Miss Stimulus
Falling on your face with your stupid line brace
Saying, Pop goes the weasel as he paints another easel
Grab a piece of pie, she's your chicken in your eye
Push out the boat 'fore the river runs dry
Drinking in the watersun, pucking on the egg fry
With my super line
With my super line
I never threw before so I never found the reason
Walk, fall, doesnt stall, blowing in the breezin'
Holding on the side, just a painting for the season
Walk, fall, doesnt stall, blowing in the breezin'
She's the one for me [repeated]
[ repeats the whole thing from the beginning ]


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    The meaning of this song has more to do with the feeling a person gets from experiencing it rather than any specific definition of the lyrics...a classic abstract love song

    Songdiveron April 12, 2012   Link
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    This song actually made me realise that I was in love with a woman was miles away. We spent some time just not making plans and doing what ever we felt like doing - This song is like a blur which seems crazy to a passer by but it has a pulse and energy which in turn is like a blood flow to the head and heart. I think the lyrics just pick out the good times and the thought that he wants to keep it a secret!

    plasticeyeballson June 08, 2006   Link
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    I see this song as a treatise on desire, or the first flowering of a new love.

    Everything else seems a blur compared to the simplicity and depth of feeling he has for her.

    The repeating of "she's the one for me" amidst the abstract lyrics are like a mantra, repeating and echoing for eternity the sureness of his emotions.

    M8mn8on September 01, 2022   Link

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