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Trampoline


Lyrics

"Trampoline"
Music & Lyrics by Scott Cooley.

When I was a loner, my spirit was grounded

Thought I'd never get a rush from the way life sounded

A quiet life alone, a quiet life alone


How high can I fly?  Life with you - it's a trampoline

Pushing upper limits, falling for you, feeling so free

Music for my soul, weightless and in love, up among the trees

Heavenly hang-time joy, occupying sky, what you do for me


Just a change of luck, now I'm part of we

Two instruments together, in harmony we dream

Of good things to come, good things to come


How high can I fly?  Life with you - it's a trampoline

Pushing upper limits, falling for you, feeling so free

Music for my soul, weightless and in love, up among the trees

Heavenly hang-time joy, occupying sky, what you do for me


My heart beats as I bounce

And I love the ups and downs

But with you I feel free

To enjoy the in-betweens

And as my spirit soars, I'm craving more


Together now we glide,  along the staff of life

Creating new crescendos, anticipating flight

As we write our symphony, our symphony


How high can I fly?  Life with you - it's a trampoline

Pushing upper limits, falling for you, feeling so free

Music for my soul, weightless and in love, up among the trees

Heavenly hang-time joy, occupying sky, what you do for me


Forever we will float, connected like notes, in a melody

How high can I fly, life with you, it's a trampoline


Copyright © ℗ 2020 by Scott Cooley. All rights reserved.

Trampoline
Album cover photo by Richard Cooley
Song from the album Bluebird Days
Position Track # 4
Duration 6:15
Released June 21st, 2020
Label Scott Cooley Records
Format CD, MP3, FLAC, OGG
Genre acoustic garage rock
Studio Scott Cooley Music Productions
Producer Scott Cooley
Songwriter words and music by Scott Richard Cooley
Publisher Scott Richard Cooley Music Publishing, ASCAP
Personnel Scott Cooley - vocals, guitars, bass, drums, percussion, acoustic solo
Track Chronology
"Birds And Worms"

(#3)
"Trampoline"


(#4)
"A Wonderful Way To Fall"

(#5)
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Brief Description

Acoustic fingerstyle guitar dominates this track, which is about the arc of a romantic relationship from a perspective of wisdom and how it's similar to music, complete with ups and downs, notes and spaces.

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