Fly, forever fly along
Let your wings just breathe the air tonight
To foreign skies fly on a rainbow dream

She's straying from reality
Her imagination leaves her mind
Like a falcon she is passing her old home
She's calling the spirits up there
She's freeing herself from clandestine eyes
Awaiting brightened skies

I will bring this dream to you believe
I will lead you everywhere

[Chorus]
Fly, fly on a rainbow dream
Just glide into the gleaming sky
Eternally away from staring eyes
Fly, forever fly along
Let your wings just breathe the air tonight
To foreign skies fly on a rainbow dream

She enters horizons unseen
Away from the whispers of the night
In a reverie she's heading on and on
She's passing elysian fields
Ascending on wings of a glorious ride
She feels the falcon's pride

I will bring this dream to you believe
I will lead you everywhere

[Chorus]

Is it stardust of time
In these pictures of infinity?
All the memories appearing one by one
Are reflections in me

Fly, fly, fly
Spread your wings and touch the sky
(high), high, high
One more time I face the falcon eye to eye

Before the rainbow's fading
Then gold is at the end
Right on your dream through time
Forevermore, fly on a rainbow dream


Lyrics submitted by ruben

Fly on a Rainbow Dream Lyrics as written by Arne Stockhammer

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

Fly On A Rainbow Dream song meanings
Add Your Thoughts

0 Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

More Featured Meanings

Album art
Light Up The Sky
Van Halen
The song lyrics were written by the band Van Halen, as they were asked to write a song for the 1979 movie "Over the Edge" starring Matt Dillon. The movie (and the lyrics, although more obliquely) are about bored, rebellious youth with nothing better to do than get into trouble. If you see the movie, these lyrics will make more sense. It's a great movie if you grew up in the 70s/80s you'll definitely remember some of these characters from your own life. Fun fact, after writing the song, Van Halen decided not to let the movie use it.
Album art
Cajun Girl
Little Feat
Overall about difficult moments of disappointment and vulnerability. Having hope and longing, while remaining optimistic for the future. Encourages the belief that with each new morning there is a chance for things to improve. The chorus offers a glimmer of optimism and a chance at a resolution and redemption in the future. Captures the rollercoaster of emotions of feeling lost while loving someone who is not there for you, feeling let down and abandoned while waiting for a lover. Lost with no direction, "Now I'm up in the air with the rain in my hair, Nowhere to go, I can go anywhere" The bridge shows signs of longing and a plea for companionship. The Lyrics express a desire for authentic connection and the importance of Loving someone just as they are. "Just in passing, I'm not asking. That you be anyone but you”
Album art
Gentle Hour
Yo La Tengo
This song was originally written by a guy called Peter Gutteridge. He was one of the founders of the "Dunedin Sound" a musical scene in the south of New Zealand in the early 80s. From there it was covered by "The Clean" one of the early bands of that scene (he had originally been a member of in it's early days, writing a couple of their best early songs). The Dunedin sound, and the Clean became popular on american college radio in the mid to late 80s. I guess Yo La Tengo heard that version. Great version of a great song,
Album art
Head > Heels
Ed Sheeran
“Head > Heels” is a track that aims to capture what it feels like to experience romance that exceeds expectations. Ed Sheeran dedicates his album outro to a lover who has blessed him with a unique experience that he seeks to describe through the song’s nuanced lyrics.
Album art
Page
Ed Sheeran
There aren’t many things that’ll hurt more than giving love a chance against your better judgement only to have your heart crushed yet again. Ed Sheeran tells such a story on “Page.” On this track, he is devastated to have lost his lover and even more saddened by the feeling that he may never move on from this.