Armenia City in the Sky Lyrics - The Who

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If you're troubled and you can't relax
Close your eyes and think of this
If the rumors floating in your head all turn to facts
Close your eyes and think of this

Armenia, city in the sky
Armenia, city in the sky

If you ever want to lose some time
Just take off, there's no risk
If you ever want to disappear
Just take off, and think of this

Armenia, city in the sky
Armenia, city in the sky

The sky is glass, the sea is brown
And everyone is upside-down

Armenia, city in the sky
Armenia, city in the sky

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Pete Townshend and John "Speedy" Keen | Reviewer: Erin | 2/1/13

Pete wrote "Armenia City in the Sky" with the aid of his close friend, John "Speedy" Keen in 1967. "Speedy" Keen later became the best man to Pete at his wedding to ex wife Karen Astley on May 20th 1968.

The Interpretation of the Lyrics of Armenia City in the Sky | Reviewer: Dr. HB | 1/6/13

Surely , everyone knows what is meant by pie in the sky. Just for the record, it means something unattainable or esoteric. Ok, let us put two and two together, there are millions of Armenian around the world who are troubled about their lost homeland and the Genocide committed against them . They lament every April 24th about it and their world is turned upside down and they fear that their culture is disappearing. Then, they try to take off their mind from their lost lands and try to build a new Armenia somewhere else. This song is about survival against all odds and a way to cope with adversity.



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