Artist, Owl City

Lyrics Chord: Owl City – Hot Air Balloon


(Verse 1)

C F
We wrote a prelude, for our own fairy tale

C Am F
And bought a parachute, at a church rummage sale

C Am F
And with a mean sewing machine, and miles of thread

C Am F
We sewed the day above L. A. in navy and red.

C F
We roamed a racetrack, through your mom’s kitchen chairs

C Am F
And fought the shadows back, down your dark basement stairs.

C Am F
I lit a match and let it catch, to light up the room

C Am F C
And you yelled as we beheld, an old maroon hot air balloon.

(Chorus)

C F Am
I’ll be out of my mind, and you’ll be out of ideas pretty soon

C F C
So let’s spend the afternoon, in a cold hot air balloon

C F Am
Leave your jacket behind, lean out and touch the tree tops over town

C F C
I can’t wait to kiss the ground, wherever we touch back down.
(Verse 2)
C F
We drank the great lakes, like cold lemonade

C Am F
And both got stomach aches, sprawled out in the shade.

C Am F
Swore to death you held your breath, and I tried not to yawn.

C Am F
You made my frown turn upside down, and now my worries are gone.
(Chorus)
C F Am
I’ll be out of my mind, and you’ll be out of ideas pretty soon

C F C
So let’s spend the afternoon, in a cold hot air balloon.

C F Am
Leave your jacket behind, lean out and touch the tree tops over town.

C F C
I can’t wait to kiss the ground, wherever we touch back down.

C F Am
I’ll be out of my mind, and you’ll be out of ideas pretty soon

C F C
So let’s spend the afternoon, in a cold hot air balloon.

C F Am
Leave your jacket behind, lean out and touch the treetops over town.

C F C
I can’t wait to kiss the ground, wherever we touch back down.

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