"Water" as written by Holly Ann Mcnarland and Mark Pullyblank....
I lost my friend
Near the water
And i loved her, though she left me
She smiled, she kissed me, she swam away
I loved my friend
Near the water

She loves me

I'll crouch beneath the boat
I'll learn to breathe
When i fall asleep
I want to die in water
I'll crouch beneath the boat
I'll learn to swim
Soon i'll have fins
I want to die in water

Every time i turn around
And i'm scared they'll see me
And every time i turn around
There's still no smile
And my eyes they hurt
From all the rubbing
And my mind it hurts
From my eyes

I'll crouch beneath the boat
I'll learn to breathe
When i fall asleep
I want to die in water
I'll crouch beneath the boat
I'll learn to swim
Soon i'll have fins
I want to die in water


Lyrics submitted by merchantpierce

"Water" as written by Tore Johansson Melanie Chisholm

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    General Commenthey - i'm really suprised that there are no comments on any of holly's songs! i think they all have really great meanings, some that are a little lost on me! i love this song, but i have trouble interpreting it. any comments?
    lauren4077on July 04, 2002   Link
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    General CommentMaybe it has something to do with the "Lady in the Lake" sort of thing. I don't know, but it probably has a deeper meaning than that. That's all I can think of though. Great song still. (:
    diskobox_on June 20, 2006   Link

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