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Laura Your Questions About Heels Over Head Lyrics

Laura asks…

What song is this? Here are like a few lines of the lyrics:?

I’ve got your runaway smile something something…
always on my mind…(something…)

I’m heels over head.
I’m hanging upside down.
Thinking you left me for dead.
Califorina Bound.

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Our pick of the answers:

Heels Over Head By Boys Like Girls

Sandy Your Questions About Heels Over Head Lyrics

Sandy asks…

What do the lyrics mean in the song True by Spandau Ballet?

I love the song True by Spandau Ballet but don’t know what the lyrics mean. What do the lyrics mean in this song?

True- Spandau Ballet

So true funny how it seems
Always in time, but never in line for dreams
Head over heels when toe to toe
This is the sound of my soul,
This is the sound
I bought a ticket to the world,
But now I’ve come back again
Why do I find it hard to write the next line
Oh I want the truth to be said

Huh huh huh hu-uh huh
I know this much is true
Huh huh huh hu-uh huh
I know this much is true

With a thrill in my head and a pill on my tongue
Dissolve the nerves that have just begun
Listening to Marvin (all night long)
This is the sound of my soul,
This is the sound

Always slipping from my hands,
Sand’s a time of its own
Take your seaside arms and write the next line
Oh I want the truth to be known

Huh huh huh hu-uh huh
I know this much is true
Huh huh huh hu-uh huh
I know this much is true

I bought a ticket to the world,
But now I’ve come back again
Why do I find it hard to write the next line
Oh I want the truth to be said

Huh huh huh hu-uh huh
I know this much is true
Huh huh huh hu-uh huh
I know this much is true
This much is true
I know, I know, I know this much is true

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Our pick of the answers:

It is a six-minute (in its original album version) slow ballad-like love song that in part pays tribute to the late Motown artist Marvin Gaye and the sound he helped to establish. The song was recorded before Gaye’s murder a year later.

Band member Gary Kemp wrote this when he was in the middle of an unrequited love affair.
The lyric, “Take your seaside arms and write the next line” was taken from a line from Nabakov’s novel Lolita.

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