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Reality Bites The Dust

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Another One Bites The Dust - Vocals - Queen

Reality Bites The Dust

Oh! Let’s Fly!


Eve twirls happily through her mind

Claiming a world of her own

She’s leaving this one here far behind

Looming in distant unknowns


She’s been eager, yeah, she’s been eager to leave

She was walking the tight rope in full-view

But no one saw her bright-bloody sleeves

They looked past each raw clue


Reality bites the dust

Reality bites the dust

Her unicorn flies high, her unicorn flies high

Reality bites the dust

Hey, she’s gonna ride right through

Reality bites the dust


There’s no need to wonder when she’ll come back

Bridges burned, can’t backtrack

She’ll leave behind everything when she goes

Ain’t no reason to come back


She’ll be flyin’, She’ll be pacified

Her past life will whizz on by

The white hallways will turn vivid blue

Restraints will be untied

(Look out!)


Reality bites the dust

Reality bites the dust

Her unicorn flies high, her unicorn flies high

Reality bites the dust

Hey, she’s gonna ride right through

Reality bites the dust


There are numerous known ways to exit a room

And look like you’re still there

No one can tell, no one will know

Behind that cold-steel, hollow-eyed, vacant stare


But, she’s eager, yeah, she’s eager to fly

There’s just nothing more to be said

She’ll jump on sideways and down she’ll sit

Her unicorn will fly straight ahead


Reality bites the dust

Reality bites the dust

Her unicorn flies high, her unicorn flies high

Reality bites the dust

Hey, she’s gonna ride right through

Reality bites the dust


Reality Bites The Dust Poem

Emotional Trauma can alter the brain in a way which can cause one to behave in a

continual fight, flight, or freeze descent; this imprisonment of Post Traumatic Stress

Disorder (PTSD), can be caused by many a traumatic, or ongoing, disastrous event.

It has been said that the brain has the ability to remold, or alter itself, from this

damage, by way of positive stimulation; however, it might take reliving of painful

events, in order to bring about the sufferer's long, over-due liberation

Reality Bites The Dust

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Reality Bites The Dust

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Reality Bites The Dust

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© 2017 BBYCGN

Comments

BBYCGN (author) from Uninhabited Regions on March 16, 2018:

Thank you, Dream On. Flying would be magnificent, beyond compare!

DREAM ON on March 15, 2018:

I think we all wish we could fly. At night when I close my eyes I do my best flying. Such a beautiful hub.

BBYCGN (author) from Uninhabited Regions on December 29, 2017:

Dream On,

Thank you for your equally beautiful comment. Your words inspire me, and I am grateful for you.

Tamara

xxx

DREAM ON on December 29, 2017:

You put a whole new meaning to a song when I was a teenager we use to drink too. Your imagination works effortlessly to bring images of such beauty to light. Thank you for sharing.

BBYCGN (author) from Uninhabited Regions on December 01, 2017:

Such lovely and understanding comments from all of my friends, here, on Hubpages! Kind friends are a blessing from The Lord.

BBYCGN (author) from Uninhabited Regions on November 29, 2017:

Thank you, Shanmarie. I actually have many other songs about other various subjects to go along with their intended rhythm and beat of original songs- from Pizza, to Blackjack, to God- many various subjects.

Thank you for stopping by!

BBYCGN (author) from Uninhabited Regions on November 28, 2017:

Linda,

Thank you so much for your visit, and your lovely comment. I appreciate it so much!

xxxooo

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on November 27, 2017:

I found your song lyrics very moving, Tamara. Thank you for creating them.

BBYCGN (author) from Uninhabited Regions on November 22, 2017:

Chitrangada,

Your comments are always such a delight, as are you! Thank you.

Hugs,

xxxooo

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on November 22, 2017:

Lovely poem and beautiful pictures!

You weaved the words beautifully and the title is great.

Thanks for sharing!

BBYCGN (author) from Uninhabited Regions on November 18, 2017:

Bill,

Lol..thank you!

These lyrics are meant to go along with Queen’s song, “Another One Bites The Dust “. I don’t like the lyrics of Queen’s song. Thus, I made my own.

xxxooo

BBYCGN (author) from Uninhabited Regions on November 18, 2017:

Louise,

Awwe, thank you :-) I can fly in my dreams. And when I look up at a bird, I imagine I am that bird soaring thru the skies.

xxxooo

William Kovacic from Pleasant Gap, PA on November 18, 2017:

Well, Tamara. I'm glad your poetry isn't biting any dust. You just keep flying! Very good stuff here. Thanks!

Louise Powles from Norfolk, England on November 18, 2017:

That's a lovely poem, Tamara. I wish I could fly. I love the photo's.

BBYCGN (author) from Uninhabited Regions on November 17, 2017:

That’s cool, Dora.

Yes, I was thinking of her riding side-saddle, just in case she was wearing a dress; seemed more proper.

Thank you for reading my poem (song lyrics), Dora. It’s always an honor to have your delightful visit.

xxxooo

Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on November 17, 2017:

The idea of jumping on sideways makes her desire for flight seem so intense. I've also flown in my dreams, many years back.

BBYCGN (author) from Uninhabited Regions on November 17, 2017:

Ha ha...I like your comment, Flourish :-) It’s funny; made me laugh. Sometimes I dream I am flying. Fun!

xxxooo

FlourishAnyway from USA on November 17, 2017:

She seems like she's in her own little world. Sometimes having two feet on the ground is overrated.