Heels Over Head

Album: Boys Like Girls (2006)


  • Singer/Guitarist Martin Johnson said about this number: "Everyone loves what they can't have. Someone who keeps you on your toes, even when it hurts. This song is about a girl I used to date who I never really understood, but for some reason I stuck around because she had her own agenda and did her own thing, sometimes playing totally hard-to-get, and I wasn't used to that. The California reference is a metaphor... no she did not hop in a car and head for LA. Though, I should probably say its true because it sounds way sweeter. Oh well."

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  • Lucy from Kootingal, AustraliaMm. Why is that? Everybody wants what they can't have, or get hurt trying to get it.
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