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Fishes in the Sea

 
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Thank you very much Sassygal for lending me your beautiful voice for a song I wrote on a bus the other day. (sadly not an island beach). Pina coladas for everyone.

Fishes in the Sea

Drifting by the ocean breeze
thats me looking for ya (um um)
Floating waiting for my pain to ease
I’ll drink wine like water
(you’ll see)

Now I’ve tried swimming circles round that love
but I’d always sink beneath the waves
a second breath is not enough
I need oxygen above
but I swam the deepest waters till i found your love

now theres
a hundred thousand fishes in the sea
except for you and me -
now that we have found each other
I’ve got a hundred thousand colours you will see -
not counting red and green
from my gills right to my tail there for ya

I will show you wonders you have never seen
now that I’ve found ya um um
theres a hundred kinds of starfish to be seen
If you swim further
with me


Now I’ve tried swimming circles round that love
but I’d always sink beneath the waves
a second breath is not enough
I need oxygen above
but I swam the deepest waters till i found your love

now theres
a hundred thousand fishes in the sea
except for you and me -
now that we have found each other
I’ve got a hundred thousand colours you will see -
not counting red and green
from my gills right to my tail there for ya


now theres
a hundred thousand fishes in the sea
except for you and me -
now that we have found each other
I’ve got a hundred thousand colours you will see -
not counting red and green
from my gills right to my tail there for ya

now theres
a hundred thousand fishes in the sea
except for you and me -
now that we have found each other
I’ve got a hundred thousand colours you will see -
not counting red and green
from my gills right to my tail there for ya
 

"Fishes in the Sea"
by Scomber

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