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Head Is Swimming
By: Nadia Lockheart
10/29/17
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Summersaulting,
into a Flaming June,
at this 3 AM moon...

...we're exalting,
unfinished sympathy,
in a clear blue rendezvous...

...rolling,
in-between some lost language,
trolling,
hyperspace wielding glockenspiels,
flowing,
in-between generations,
embarking on dream travel,
living for tonight...
.
.
.
...oh, my head is swimming,
can you feel your bright heart brimming,
with oceans of love breathing and glinting,
skydiving into a new beginning,
oh, my head is,
your head is,
swimming,
mmm mmm mmm...
.
.
.
Feels like we are,
playing quantum olympics,
like the hummingbirds...
...caressing the stars,
striving to be more giving,
now that I'm blurring my words...
.
.
...rolling,
in-between some lost language,
trolling,
hyperspace wielding glockenspiels,
flowing,
in-between generations,
embarking on dream travel,
living for tonight...
.
.
.
...oh, my head is swimming,
can you feel your bright heart brimming,
with oceans of love breathing and glinting,
skydiving into a new beginning,
oh, my head is,
your head is,
swimming,
mmm mmm mmm...
.
.
Let's run away,
and plant a tree in the creamfields,
and shout to the world,
from the top of the ferris wheel,
let's run away,
and plant a tree in the creamfields,
and shout to the world,
all that you love and learned to feel...
.
.
...oh, my head is swimming,
can you feel your bright heart brimming,
with oceans of love breathing and glinting,
skydiving into a new beginning,
oh, my head is,
your head is,
swimming,
mmm mmm mmm...
.
.


"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other"

Mother Teresa
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This reads like a song, I really like it as a fellow songwriter.. nicely done

*These evil vultures always win*

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Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww, thanks sooooooooooooooooo much!

I can't share the whole backstory behind this here, but it was directly inspired by this supernatural evening at a Paul Oakenfold rave this past weekend. So it's definitely intended to pay homage to the community!
 
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