Weather To Fly

Album: The Seldom Seen Kid (2008)
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  • Are we having the time of our life?
    Are we having the time of our lives?
    Are we coming across clear?
    Are we coming across fine?
    Are we part of the plan here?

    Are we having the time of our lives?
    Are we coming across clear?
    Are we coming across fine?
    Are we having the time of our lives?
    Are we part of the plan here?

    We have the driver and time on our hands
    One little room and the biggest of plans
    The days were shaping up, frosty and bright
    Perfect weather to fly, perfect weather to fly

    Pounding the streets where my father's feet still
    Ring from the walls, we'd sing in the doorways or bicker and row
    Just figuring how we were wired inside
    Perfect weather to fly

    So in looking to stray from the line
    We decided instead we should pull out the thread
    That was stitching us into this tapestry vile
    And why wouldn't you try? Perfect weather to fly

    We have the driver and time on our hands
    One little room and the biggest of plans
    The days were shaping up, frosty and bright
    Perfect weather to fly, perfect weather to fly

    Pounding the streets where my father's feet still
    Ring from the walls, we'd sing in the doorways, or bicker and row
    Just figuring how we were wired inside
    Perfect weather to fly

    So in looking to stray from the line
    We decided instead we should pull out the thread
    That was stitching us into this tapestry vile
    And why wouldn't you try? Perfect weather to fly Writer/s: CRAIG LEE POTTER, GUY EDWARD JOHN GARVEY, MARK ELLIS POTTER, MARK POTTER, PETER JAMES TURNER, RICHARD BARRY JUPP
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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