Were we just broken-hearted when we spent,
The night under the stars? Seemingly, your
Eyes focus on me and I wish that I could be

Between all these lines
The print is way to fine to read
Could we please retrace a lost design,
So I could fall into your arms just for awhile?

I find myself back where we started.
Dreaming alone, tearing down these walls
That time has built between us.
Coming home has never been the hardest thing.

Were our stars dim when we set sight?
Or were we too lost in each other's eyes to even care at all?
I promise I'd try I'd sacrifice all my time, if I could fall into you for tonight.

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Fall Lyrics as written by Peter Edward Munters James Nicholas Bailey

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    This song is fu**ing awsome. the band is fu**ing awsome. thats that
    Xbright_eyesXon September 04, 2002   Link
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    This is a feeling i get after spending what i think is a great night with a girl, but i'm wrong
    OvercoveRon September 06, 2002   Link
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    I can totally relate to this track. I'm at university about 4hrs from my home town, and i only get back there about once every 2 months. Everytime I go home to see this girl it is like we are starting from scratch. It is just a distance that timehas built between us.
    Son_of_dudeon October 05, 2002   Link
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    both versions (the timing is everything one and the accoustic on on hindsight) sound so different but are both totally mind blowing (in my opionion any way... my mind is easily blown).
    lobstergirlon October 13, 2002   Link
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    This is my favorite Over It song. The acoustic version is so good. Amazing...
    StarsAreForeveron March 28, 2003   Link
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    this song is so great...it has so much energy "so i could fall into your arms just for awhile?" mmm...
    CountMyCrowson July 22, 2003   Link
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    such an amazing song by yes, an amazing band indeed
    thatWASthenon May 17, 2004   Link
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    Over It Fucking OWN! New Stuff is immense
    Understatementon December 04, 2004   Link
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    wow i love this sooo much! But ironically it isnt one that stays in my mind and every so often i remember it and ill listen to it, fallin in love with it even more, and then ill forget it all over again. Kinda like the song, where your with someone you really like and something happens which you dotn want to end, but then it does and the next itme you see the person everythings differnt and oyur back where you started :(
    trapeziumon February 07, 2005   Link

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