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Goodnight Gravity lyrics

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Falling Up – Goodnight Gravity lyrics

Static night, I'll be leaving soon
It won't be long, no it won't be long
Cause I'm wearing out under nowheres moon
It won't be long, no it won't be long
Until I see the sun splash up the night sky
And call it out to turn the planet new

So goodnight gravity
It has kept me down
But I always get just one more try
I always get just one more try

Space between, there is such divide
It won't be long, no it won't be long
Cause honestly there's a storm inside
It won't be long, no it won't be long
Until I see the sun splash up the night sky
And call it out to turn the planet new

And in the morning
I will find my heart
And in the morning
I will find my heart



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  • MBD316
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    MBD316May 19, 2008 at 8:22 pm
    Even though the words of the song are pretty complex the meaning to this song is pretty easy. Some times we fell weighted down by the world and we want to leave that place to go do what we want to do. In this case, Falling Up used gravity to represent the world and all of its harshness and demands. Throughout the song the line "It won't be long" is repeated. That calls us to be optimistic that things will change.

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