Somersault" is a song by the British band Zero 7 featuring Sia. It was released in May 2004 as the second single taken from the band's second studio album When It Falls. It is the third time Zero 7 had featured Sia on a single release, following their singles, "Destiny" and "Distractions". The song includes the memorable lines: "You put my feet back on the ground/ Did you know you brought me around/ You were sweet, and you were sound/ You saved m.
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Record, sometimes referred as Record: The Best of Zero 7, is a compilation album by British musical duo Zero 7, released on 28 June 2010. The compilation contains material from the duo's first four studio albums. The deluxe version includes a second disc featuring remixes by such producers as J Dilla, Justus Köhncke and Joker. Lily Moayeri of Under the Radar said the album "is all the Zero 7 anyone could ask for-all killer, no filler.
You're the prince to my ballerina You feed other people's parking meters You encourage the eating of ice cream You would somersault in sand with me. You talk to loners, you ask how's your week You give love to all and give love to me You're obsessed with hiding the sticks and stones When I fear the unknown You feel like home, you feel like home
This song is by Zero 7 and appears on the album When It Falls (2004). You're the prince to my ballerinaYou feed other people's parking metersYou encourage the eating of ice creamYou would somersault in sand with me. You talk to loners, you ask "how's your week?"You give love to all and give love to meYou're obsessed with hiding the sticks and stonesWhen I feel the unknownYou feel like home, you feel like home.
Lyrics to "Somersault" song by Zero 7: You're the prince to my ballerina You feed other people's parking meters You encourage the eating.
The choice to split Somersault into two sides is the weirdest ever though The pressing seems very decent. It isn't very loud, but good enough and it sounds very crispy. No surface noise can be heared during the tracks The box is somewhat flimsy and made of thin carton. The inner sleeves are sadly plain coloured instead of the fine artwork of the first albums. All together really happy with this release and a fine addition to my Zero 7 collection .
Somersault is found on the album Somersault. Found on more albums: Somersault When It Falls Record. Somersault" as written by Sia Furler Henry Binns. Lyrics powered by LyricFind. Somersault song meanings.
CreditsZero 7 - Primary Artist