And you scramble down and you look below,
And the world you know begins to grow:
The roof, the house and your mother at the door. There are big tall terrible Giants in the sky! And you think of all the things you’ve seen,
And you wish that you could live in between,
And you’re back again,only different than before. There are Giants in the sky! And she gives you food and she gives you rest
And she draws you close
To her Giant breast, and you know things now
That you never knew before, not till the sky. When you’re way up high and you’re on your own
In a world like none that you’ve ever known,
Where the sky is lead and the earth is stone,
You’re free, to do whatever pleases you,
Exploring things you’d never dare ‘Cause you don’t care,
When suddenly there’s a big tall terrible Giant at the door,
A big tall terrible lady Giant sweepin’ the floor. After the sky. There are Giants in the sky! And your heart is lead and your stomach is stone
And you’re really scared being all alone…
And it’s then that you miss all the things you’ve known
And the world you’ve left and the little you own-
The fun is done. There are big, tall, terrible, awesome, scary, wonderful
Giants in the sky! The roof, the house and the world you never thought to explore. You steal what you can and run. Only just when you’ve made a friend and all,
And you know she’s big but you don’t feel small,
Someone bigger than her comes along the hall
To swallow you for lunch. When you’re way up high and you look below
At the world you’ve left and the things you know,
Little more than a glance is enough to show
You just how small you are.