From up above I heard The angels sing to me these words And sometimes in your eyes I see the beauty in the world
Oh, now I'm floating so high I blossom and die Send your storm and your lightning to strike Me between the eyes Eyes
Sometimes the stars decide To reflect in puddles in the dirt When I look in your eyes I forget all about what hurts
Oh, now I'm floating so high I blossom and die Send your storm and your lightning to strike Me between the eyes And cry
Believe in miracles
Oh hey, I'm floating up above the world now Oh hey, I'm floating up above the world now
Oh yeah, yeah, yeah Uh, uh, uh, yeah, yeah, yeah Uh, uh, uh
Writer/s: Guy Rupert Berryman, Jonathan Mark Buckland, William Champion, Christopher Anthony John Martin
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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