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Don't go on in the illusion of it all looking for the love cause I have been through mire and confusion as far as I can see the answers in the dream I am free is Nashville skyline underneath it all you yourself are free 14 hours ago I am free I was living in a dream I was living for the scene I was floating high above cause I have been through mire and confusion is Nashville skyline as far as I can see underneath it all floating high above you yourself are free the Nashville skyline and underneath it all you yourself are yourself are free forevermore is the love that you need to believe and you yourself are there floating high above the Nashville skyline

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    UnregisteredDec 2, 2011 at 4:21 pm
    I think this song means about "living the dream" then it tragically ended. I don't know, can't exactly say that. All I can say that I can relate to this when something like that happened to me. The dream ended and twas like everything changed. Soo it reminds me of the sky in other way. Or maybe things or beautiful things happened underneath the nashville skyline that the singer keeps on remembering.

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