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Left the ground
In black and white
And when the plane went down
The colors all around
I know by now
The Margin's slight
And still I can't get out, she's all I think about, can't let her go
It's who you know

[Chorus]

We came down to watch the world walk by
And all she found was trouble in my eyes
From the sky she pulled me down tonight
Let her go
Let her go

She moves fast,
Takes control and like a heart attack I know I can't turn back
And time just passed
Nights moved slow
And she was all I had, I thought I'd never last, can't let her go
It's who you know

[Chorus X2]

She calls out the farther that I fly
I love that sound so give me one more line
And from the sky she pulled me down tonight
Let her go
Let her go
Let her go
Let her go



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    BunnyliaSep 28, 2008 at 8:58 am
    As this song is in Lights and Sounds; an album centering on Yellowcard's negative feelings towards LA and stuff, I think that 'she' refers to Hollywood in this song.
    And, basically, I think what Yellowcard is trying to say is that they want to get away, but they can't because in a figurative way, Hollywood is preventing them from doing so with her 'charm' and all.
    Ah, may have got it wrong, but still love this song.
    Yellowcard to the power.

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