I fell down in the desert, baby I had nothing but a piece of paper, yeah I had to write something down And I found myself alone And then I let go of everything Into another dimension
Lightning crash on the hill tonight (yeah) I got a feeling everything's gonna be all right Then a horse came running to me Said we're gonna go to the sanctuary Then a storm began to blow Into another dimension
Purple haze is in the sky See the angels--we die All these things we bow astride Till we see the reasons why, oh yeah
I fell in the desert, baby, yeah I had nothing but a piece of paper, why? I had to write something down But then I found myself alone Then I let go of everything Into another dimension
Writer/s: ANDREW JAMES STOCKDALE, CHRISTOPHER JAMES ROSS, MYLES HESKETT
Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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