Our Lady of the Trampoline

Words and music by Bill Price

If you see me on the street, I won't make a sound
My feet will rap and tap and slap and clack and smack but they won't touch the ground
I'll be walking along 'cause I long to walk with her
With Our Lady of the Trampoline, it feels like I flew for sure

It takes two wings to fly
I love that girl who loves the...

Old judge Webster said to me, "The circus dies at dawn"
I put my ear out to the wind and I heard that graveyard yawn
Is it the power of love or the love of power we desire?
Is it the light or the heat that draws us to the fire?

It takes two wings to fly
I love that girl who loves the sky

Some scholars gathered in my backyard to discuss the sky so deep
They had PhDs in Trampolines but failed the logic of the leap
"It's not the years in your life but the life in your years as you go"
That's a little wisdom from Abraham Lincoln - and man, he oughta know

It takes two wings to fly
I love that girl who loves the sky

Sky

© 2015 Mr. Quill Music (BMI)