from the album Extraordinary Machine
It goes: "everyone else's goal is to get bigheaded..."
In my humble opinion, Extraordinary Machine was the first time that music overdid Fiona's persona. In every song she exposes every little thought of hers, making them closer to statings or infuriated speeches than, well, songs. With Waltz, there's a perfect marriage between both parts. Fiona advices to live our lives and free our minds from preconceptions, while a lovely waltz evolves from a simple piano to a whole band arrengement. At the end, you end up trying some waltz steps, a big smile on the face and thinking "hell yeah, I am better than fine"
If you like this, listen to: Extraordinary Machine, Window, Get Him Back, Oh What A World by Rufus Wainwright, Mostly Waving by Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton, Wind In The Wires by Patrick Wolf