I'm swimming all around in confusion
It takes me for a ride
Hearing the bells they're ringing
I think I'll run and hide
It's crazy what you seem to do
Every now and then
It's crazy what you seem to do
When you're wasting the people
And you don't even care

It might be you It might be me
Dealing with mentality
I'm Blown Away

Hearing the bells they're ringing
When I try to sleep
Fearing the evil minded
That prey upon the weak

Well I think about the Boogie Man
Every now and then

Well I think about the Boogie Man
Whose coming through my door right now

It doesn't have to be that way
We can be free if you want to
It doesn't have to be that way
We can be one if you want to

Every time I look around
I think
Is there someone staring down at me
Everytime I look around
I thank
The God above for making me the man that I am

It feels like
It's foolish everywhere
It seems like
It's crucial everywhere
I never thought I could be stapled
By the metal in the gun
I never thought I could be stippled
By the metal in the gun

It might be you
It might be me
It might be you
I'm Blown Away
I'm Blown Away

It might be you
It might be you
It might be you
I'm Blown

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Blown Away Lyrics as written by Mark Pirro Bryan Wakeland

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    I love this song. I believe its about his struggle with comprehending how God works. Or something

    sliznuton January 15, 2007   Link

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