Boy Falls From the Sky

Album: Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark (2010)
  • You can change your mind
    But you cannot change your heart
    Your heart knows when you're hiding
    Your heart knows where you are

    I'd be myself
    If I knew who I've become
    You don't have to fly too high
    To get too close to the sun
    See the boy fall from the sky

    You will always be in front of me
    Even as I disappear from view
    For I have done not a single thing
    Without the thought of you

    But not here, not now, no way
    I'm not ready to give up the fight
    If I can use a single thread to cross the sky
    Then why's the eye of the needle
    Still your arms tonight
    See how the boy falls from the sky

    Oh oh oh
    Oh oh oh

    The city conducts a symphony
    I search through trash for a melody
    That might lead us back to dignity
    In this junkyard of humanity

    She let you go without regret
    I will forever hold you always in my heart instead
    Over the screams and the sirens wail
    The only thing not up for sale

    Our love is like lights on a midnight train
    Hurts like its thunder without no sound of rain
    ??? kisses your face
    Your arms for the sacrifice, your arms for the grace
    I hear your voice inside my head
    I will listen to nobody not to no one else
    From the bridge where we both stood and stole the view
    These are the threads that bind you, ones you have to weave
    They will hold us to our beliefs

    I believe
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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