"In Your Sea" as written by and Ryan Pope James Suptic....
Every afternooon
A point I hammer home
You had no follow through, no follow through
Better off alone

Waiting patiently
Stranded in your sea

Singing time in tune
Where the action is
Need the stars and moon, stars and moon
Wanted more than this

Waiting patiently
Stranded in your sea

Cause I'm waiting for you
And all you can do
So little to prove
Time is the task of trust
The best of us
For hours, for hours

Every afternooon
A point I hammer home
I had no time for you, time for you
You're better off alone

Waiting patiently
Stranded in your sea

Cause I'm waiting for you
And all you can do
So little to prove nobody knew
Must have been you
Didn't it prove
But somebody I'll wait for you
You'll wait for me
For hours, for hours


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"In Your Sea" as written by James Suptic James Dewees

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    General Commentthese lyrics are wrong. not all of them, just little parts. good song though.
    MizunoPunkon April 24, 2004   Link
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    General CommentYeah these lyrics are a bit wrong. Love it still. guk songwriting's gotten really refined, love the way he turs the table in the last couple lines "Someday I'll be free, you'll wait for me, for hours" genius...
    worseforthewearon January 22, 2005   Link
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    General Commentit's "Time is the test of trust". awesome awesome awesome song. love it.
    Kristylynon March 12, 2005   Link
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    General CommentGreat song. Clearly, it's about someone wanting more out of a relationship than the other person is giving. Keep waiting, and waiting, and one afternoon you realize you're better off alone. It's a sad song, actually.
    yoyoma02on March 13, 2012   Link

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