and it was about dreams of flying
to spite a falling sky
and you left me grounded
and i left you things like dreams to find

split through you like there's
nothing there

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    Love this song - so forceful - amazing.

    TheAlmightyMagzon June 14, 2002   Link
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    i love this song. there's something about planes mistaken for stars that i love so much. i don't know what it is though.. i never get sick of them. i just put on some songs of them on repeat and i never get sick of them.

    neverendingon March 08, 2003   Link
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    to spite a falling sky...

    i usually sing "despite the falling sky" cos it sounds cool too, but anyway, i love the song

    FiveStoriesFallingon April 08, 2003   Link
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    pmfs is a really good band musically

    i do hafta say that they need to work a little on their lyric writing...this song is very good despite not having many lyrics...some of their other songs need betta lyrics tho...

    LaLhxc024on April 25, 2003   Link
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    No offense, but clue me in as to where anyone thinks the overall musical ability in Planes comes from... They're a musical mess... And they are the most incredible musical mess I've ever known.
    But lyrically? Well, their lyrics floor me every time... It's most of what they are... 'Cause they've figured out how to mesh the two so well. I hardly think how long a song is lyrically has anything to do with how meaningful it is. Maybe sometimes it's more important to just get the point across than to become preoccupied with finding as many pretty words as possible to express how you feel.

    Sometimes it's just that simple, kids.

    SleepySmileon May 12, 2003   Link
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    great lyrics, im downloading this song now =)

    ridethefaderon July 08, 2003   Link
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    My favorite PMFS song, but I always thought he said

    "just like the falling sky"


    I think its about being something people dont want you to be.

    DarkerShadeofWinteron April 26, 2004   Link

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