Sky Full Of Shoes

Song Length 4:04 Genre Country - Contemporary, Folk - Country
Tempo Medium (111 - 130) Lead Vocal Female Vocal
Language English Era 2000 and later


Sky Full Of Shoes
By Kim Davidson © 2005

Woke up this morning with the vague haze of a dream
Scratching at my brain, hanging over my day
If I only could remember, maybe I could save myself
From what?s lurking in the cobwebs, waiting to pounce

I think you might have called me, or was that just in my head?
I recall how wrong it seemed, but I don?t know just what you said
Now it?s jangling on my nerves, coiled tight just like a spring
And I feel like one wrong breath is gonna trigger everything

?Cause the air is holding still, charging up for the release
And the birds have stopped their chirping, they?re just sitting in the trees
Like high noon in a western town, they?ve vanished one and all
?Cause the sky is full of shoes, and I?m just waiting? for the next one to fall.

May I have this dance, you ask me, and I twirl straight into hell
From these tenterhooks I live on, yeah I?ve come to know them well
But your promise always gets me, like a smoke and mirrors show
And then just when I feel safe again, it?s time for you to go?


It?s been in the cards for so long that the joker?s lost his smile
And I should be ashamed for being stupid all this while


Lyrics Kim Davidson Music Kim Davidson
Producer Kim Davidson, Tom Eaton Publisher NA
Performance Kim Davidson - vocals, Fred Ellsworth - electric guitar, lap steel, John Curtis - acoustic guitar, banjo, Jake Armerding - fiddle, Tom Eaton - Hammond, accordion, Rick Hilton - bass, Tim Cook - drums. Label None
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