Monday, 9 November 2009

Breakaway


Grew up in a small town
And when the rain would fall down
I'd just stare out my window
Dreaming of what could be
And if I'd end up happy
I would pray
Trying hard to reach out
But when I tried to speak out
Felt like no one could hear me
Wanted to belong here
But something felt so wrong here
So I'd pray
I could break away
I'll spread my wings and I'll learn how to fly.
I'll do what it takes till I touch the sky.
Make a wish, take a chance,
Make a change,
and break away.
Out of the darkness and into the sun.
But I won't forget all the ones that I love.
I'll take a risk, take a chance,
Make a change,
and break away
Wanna feel the warm breeze
Sleep under a palm tree
Feel the rush of the ocean
Get onboard a fast train
Travel on a jetplane
Far away
And break away
I'll spread my wings and I'll learn how to fly.
I'll do what it takes till I touch the sky.
Make a wish, take a chance,
Make a change,
and break away.
Out of the darkness and into the sun.
But I won't forget all the ones that I love.
I'll take a risk, take a chance,
Make a change,
and break away
Buildings with a hundred floors
Swinging with revolving doors
Maybe I don’t know where they’ll take me
Gotta keep movin on movin on
Fly away
Break away
I'll spread my wings and I'll learn how to fly.
Though it’s not easy to tell you goodbye
Take a risk, take a chance,
Make a change,
and break away.
Out of the darkness and into the sun.
But I won't forget the place I come from
I gotta take a risk, take a chance,
Make a change,
and break away
Breakaway
Break away
(Kelly Clarkson)



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5 comments:

sealaura said...

love this song and reading the words (even though I have heard them before)makes me like it again even more!

vicki archer said...

Great words LP...xv

Laura in Paris said...

Breaking away is not always easy ...

K @ Blog Goggles said...

Love this song!

Sherry said...

What great words....and love the collage. Also, thanks for your kind comments. I was beginning to think no one but my sweet Mother was reading. I'm a huge follower of your blog. I have a hockey player daughter..so maybe we'll be up North for a game one of these days.