"If I knew all the words, I would write myself out of here." MRAZ

Friday, November 7, 2008


"Walking On Air"
song by Kerli

There's a little creepy house
In a little creepy place
Little creepy town
In a little creepy world
Little creepy girl
With her little creepy face
Saying funny things that you have never heard

Do you know what it's all about
Are you brave enough to figure out
Know that you could set your world on fire
If you are strong enough to leave your doubts

She has a little creepy cat
And a little creepy bat
Little rocking chair and an old blue hat
That little creepy girl
Oh she loves to sing
She has a little gift
An amazing thing
With her little funny eyes of hazel
With her little funny old blue hat
She will go and set the world on fire
No one ever thought she could do that

You know that I love you, go on...

Feel it, Breathe it, Believe it
And you'll be walking on air
Go try, Go fly, So high
And you'll be walking on air
You feel this
Unless you kill me
Go on
And you're forgiven
I knew that
I could feel that
I feel like
I am walking on air

I like the idea of setting the world on fire. The hard part about that is leaving my doubts. There are moments of release, but never a total surrender. Kerli suggests that you have to be brave, to be strong. To feel, to breath it- BELIEVE it. SO, I have to claim my independence from my doubts; and in so doing, I would be free to impact my world in a whole new way. I would be walking on air.

1 comment:

Juan G. Garcia said...

If you don't believe in yourself, no one else will either and will have no reason to...

To be, or not to be...

The more you believe in yourself, the better you get at believing in yourself...

Increasing your self belief proportionately diminishes your self doubt.

The best motivational impetus is success.

Walking on air vs. walking on can keep your feet dry.