"Treading Water" as written by and Georgia Mia Hubley....
Movies like zoos
Try another me
And I will try another you
Or put my arms around you
Like I think you want me to
But tell me what you're thinking
I so often misconstrue

Treading water treading white wine
Seeing borders seeing straight lines
I get these feelings that I don't
Have much time
Always rushing always late

Movies like zoos
I talk to missionaries when they're
Standing at my door
They tell me what I should be reading
I still can't see what for
We both stand there politely trying
To change each other's core

When other angels float by
They seem likely to fall from the sky
What I want is difficult I must try
I see traces when you walk
And other voices when you talk
When you talk

When other angels float by
They seem likely to fall from the sky
What I want is difficult I must try
I see traces when you walk

Treading water treading white wine
Seeing borders seeing straight lines
I get these feelings that I don't
Have much time
Always rushing always late
Always rushing always late


Lyrics submitted by ruben, edited by Ryuhza

"Treading Water" as written by Georgia Mia Hubley

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    General Commentthere's some lyrics missing at the end of here.
    "I see traces when you walk
    and other voices when you talk"

    How do you edit lyrics already submitted!?!?
    nadaon February 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love the "we both stand there politely trying to change each other’s core" line. The missionary is trying to get him to believe in something he can't, and he's trying to get the missionary to stop believing in something he does, and it's so relatable to everyday life; people are always trying to change other people into something more like theirselves, maybe so they won't feel so alone, but they can't.
    AllChokedUpon February 14, 2010   Link

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